Hyzon Motors’ hydrogen-powered coaches are ready to conquer the harsh mining landscape of Western Australia.
The zero-emission vehicle manufacturer today (June 22) made the statement as it confirmed that its transport coaches have completed a 15,000-kilometer durability road test.
A key trial before one of the world’s largest iron-ore producers uses the vehicles in the remote Pilbara region, the test demonstrated the capability, effectiveness and strength of the vehicles which will have to operate in extreme temperature.
Hyzon CEO Craig Knight said that passing the durability phase – the equivalent of driving more than seven times straight from New York to Miami – demonstrated that the vehicles are clean, powerful and uniquely suited for long haul and high utilisation back-to-base transport.
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