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Hyzon Motors to deliver ‘Australia’s first’ hydrogen trucks to Coregas; new hydrogen station to be developed in New South Wales
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Hyzon Motors to deliver ‘Australia’s first’ hydrogen trucks to Coregas; new hydrogen station to be developed in New South Wales

Hyzon Motors will deliver two of its hydrogen-powered Hymax-450 prime movers to industrial gases company Coregas – and they’re believed to be the first hydrogen-powered heavy trucks operating on Australian roads.

Confirming the news on Wednesday (July 14), Hyzon Motors said it hopes to deliver the vehicles in the first half of 2022 to help core gas decarbonise its bulk distribution fleet in the country.

Decarbonisation opportunities will be immediate with the trucks expected to deliver emissions reductions of 50% in comparison with diesel trucks currently in use.

To support the trucks, Coregas is in the process of developing a commercial vehicle hydrogen refuelling station at its Port Kembla facility. Once operational, the site will also refuel trucks and buses operators by third parties.

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