More hydrogen vehicles and stations planned for Australia

Plans for more hydrogen-powered vehicles and the supporting infrastructure have been unveiled for Australia.

The complete turn-key hydrogen transport solutions will be delivered by energy company Viva Energy and hydrogen vehicle manufacturing Hyzon Motors as part of a new partnership announced yesterday (11th Feb).

In addition to the collaboration, Viva Energy has also committed to a small strategic investment of $4m in Hyzon as part of capital raising and listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange, via its merger with Decarbonisation Plus Acquisition Corp announced this week.

Read more: Hyzon Motors to go public through $2.7bn SPAC deal

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