Hyzon to supply hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks to European refuse collection company

In a new agreement revealed today (Dec 16), Hyzon Motors is set to supply its innovative hydrogen-powered trucks to European waste collection company Geesinknorba.

Under the terms of the three-year contract, Hyzon is expected to deliver 300 trucks as the Dutch-based company looks to decarbonise its operations and highlight the potential in using hydrogen heavy-duty vehicles.

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Geesinknorba has said that refuse collection offers a particularly suitable application for hydrogen fuel cell technology, as the back-to-base model allows for a central refuelling infrastructure.

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