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© Verne / CcH2 tank that can be used to store hydrogen in its densest state onboard heavy-duty vehicles.
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© Verne / CcH2 tank that can be used to store hydrogen in its densest state onboard heavy-duty vehicles.

US Army turns to Verne’s cryo-compressed hydrogen tech

Verne has been selected to develop cryo-compressed hydrogen (CcH2) solutions for vehicles in the US Army.

Set to be funded, Verne will work with the US Army’s Ground Vehicle System Centre and vehicle manufacturers to understand the requirements, and model the operational impact of adopting CcH2 solutions for medium and heavy-duty vehicles.

H2 View understands that the US Military is the “largest consumer of oil in the world”, using more than 100 million barrels of oil per year. In 2021, the military emitted 51 million tonnes of CO2 – greater than the total emission footprint of more than 70% of countries.

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