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© Volvo Trucks
volvo-showcases-its-new-hydrogen-powered-truck
© Volvo Trucks

Volvo showcases its new hydrogen-powered truck

Volvo Trucks has widened its portfolio of vehicles aimed at decarbonising transport, with the company today (June 20) revealing its zero emission, hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric truck.

The Swedish company has said the new truck will have a range of up to 1000km (621 miles), comparable to many diesel trucks, with a refuelling time of less than 15 minutes. Two fuel cells will generate 300kW of electricity to drive the 65+ tonne vehicle.

Cellcentric, a joint venture between Volvo Group and Daimler Truck AG are due to supply fuel cells for the planned truck.

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