Nel to provide technology for hydrogen-powered mine haul truck

Nel technology will be used in a landmark project to create the “world’s largest” fuel cell electric mining haul truck currently being developed by French utility Engie and global mining company Anglo American.

H2 View revealed in October that Engie and Anglo American were retrofitting a truck operating at Anglo American’s Mogalakwena platinum group mine in South Africa to become a 100% zero emission fuel cell electric truck.

Engie and Anglo American to develop “world’s largest” hydrogen-powered mining haul truck

If successful, the long-term target is to convert the entire fleet of haul trucks at the mine to hydrogen, as well as at Anglo American’s other mining operations around the world.

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