Sany says its hydrogen fuel cell-powered construction trucks outperform traditional rivals

Chinese heavy machinery maker Sany Group showcased its hydrogen fuel cell technology development and integration highlighting the company’s recent fuel cell-powered dump truck and what is believed to be the world’s first fuel cell-powered mixer truck that have been rolled out of Sany’s flagship facility.

Sany claims the fuel cell-powered construction vehicles are not only carbon emission free but also outperform their traditional counterparts in five select areas.

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The hydrogen cylinders have a combined capacity of 1,680 litres, providing the battery with a longer life span and ensuring a driving distance of more than 500km.

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