Hyzon Motors sign MoU to supply 20 hydrogen-powered refuse trucks to Superior Pak

Hyzon Motors has unveiled a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Superior Pak to develop and supply 20 hydrogen-powered refuse collection trucks (RCV).

The Australian-based manufacturer of waste handling equipment, Superior Pak, will utilise what the group claims is Australia’s first hydrogen-powered RCVs to help decarbonise its operations.

The companies aim to deliver a zero-emissions, high-performance side lift garbage truck, capable of undertaking 1500-2000 compactor lifts that is required during an eight-to-10-hour suburban working cycle.

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