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© Volvo Group

Volvo delivers electric trucks featuring hydrogen-produced steel to Amazon and DFDS

Volvo has today (November 10) announced it has delivered its first electric trucks manufactured with hydrogen-produced fossil-free steel to its customers.

Produced by Swedish steel manufacturer, SSAB, the steel is made using fossil-free electricity and hydrogen, which is believed to offer a significantly lower climate impact compared to traditional steelmaking, coming as an important step toward a Net Zero value chain.

Among the customers that will have the hydrogen-produced steel in some of their electric trucks are Amazon and DFDS, and through the transport company Simon Loos, Unilever.

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