15 brand-new zero emission hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will be operating in the Municipality of Groningen, The Netherlands before the end of the year.
The news broke today (19th April) with Hyzon Motors stating that production of the vehicles has begun at its European manufacturing facility.
Consisting of 10 medium- and heavy-duty trucks, and five vans, the order is being fulfilled through Hyzon Motors Europe B.V., a joint venture between Hyzon Motors Inc. and Holthausen Clean Technology (HTC).
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HCT has worked closely with the Municipality of Groningen, which is aiming for zero carbon emissions by 2025 for the inner city, and to be carbon free throughout the municipality by 2035.
“We’re proud to provide zero emission hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles to the Municipality of Groningen as they decarbonise their fleet and aim to go zero carbon by 2025,” said Craig Knight, CEO and Co-Founder of Hyzon Motors.
“The City of Groningen is known as a leader for their sustainability efforts, and we look forward to helping them build a flourishing clean energy and hydrogen economy.”
Delivery of the first vehicles is expected in the third quarter of 2021. The remaining vehicles are expected to be shipped by the end of 2021.