Partnership to provide low-cost hydrogen to truck fleets

A new partnership is looking to speed up the adoption of hydrogen in long-haul transportation by offering the clean fuel at a lower cost than diesel.

Hydra Energy and Chemtrade have confirmed a first-of-its-kind strategic partnership for the project that will focus on one Chemtrade’s plants in British Columbia with the potential to expand across the country.

Sharing details of the partnership yesterday (23rd Feb), the companies said the contract is a pillar of Hydra’s Hydrogen-as-a-Service business model and includes Hydra capturing, cleaning, and compressing hydrogen.

As a result of this, commercial truck fleet operators with Hydra-converted semi-trucks will be able to access green hydrogen at a fixed price, five percent below the price they typically pay for diesel.

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