Lisa Stiffler of GeekWire writes on a zero-emissions mining vehicle.
- Anglo American, a South African mining firm, has unveiled its novel zero-emissions mining truck called the nuGen.
- The truck is powered by clean hydrogen and is expected to keep the equivalent of 700 cars worth of emissions from entering the atmosphere.
- This innovation could be key to accelerating the deployment of clean hydrogen and clean mining practices around the world.
“After years of development, the world’s largest zero-emission vehicle was unveiled today at a South African platinum mine, with a hydrogen-fueled hybrid powerplant designed and built by Seattle-based First Mode.”
Read the full article here.