WAE joins Anglo American hydrogen-powered mining truck project

WAE joins Anglo American hydrogen-powered mining truck project

Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) has joined forces with global mining company Anglo American to support the development of its hydrogen-powered 290-tonne hybrid electric mining haul truck – which is set to be the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine truck.

As part of its FutureSmart Mining™ programme, which applies innovative thinking and technological advances to address mining’s major sustainability challenges, Anglo American has committed to reducing its global greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030.

Putting electrified vehicles into mines – from large haul trucks to passenger vehicles and employee buses – will help Anglo American reach these ambitious decarbonisation targets, set out in the Sustainable Mining Plan.

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