In order to push forward the commercialisation of green hydrogen-powered heavy trucks and buses, greenhouse gas utilisation technology company ReCarbon has partnered with hydrogen fuel cell vehicle manufacturer Hyzon Motors.
As part of the joint commitment, the companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), following on from ReCarbon’s recently announced critical developments for 2020.
“We are pleased to collaborate with Hyzon Motors to play a substantial role in the proliferation of green hydrogen mobility to holistically address the issue of carbon emissions, across the entire global heavy mobility sector,” said Dr. Jay Kim, ReCarbon CEO.
ReCarbon’s commitments include commissioning a commercial plant in Tennessee with H2Renewables, fast developing projects in Australia, Canada and Korea, and ongoing discussions to spearhead hydrogen mobility.
“Offering green hydrogen as a service is the cornerstone mission of our company. Our collaboration with ReCarbon creates an opportunity to provide this to fleet owners, to make the switch from diesel to hydrogen economically, while drastically reducing their carbon footprint from fuel to emissions,” said George Gu, Hyzon Motors CEO.