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Volvo says it has started testing trucks with fuel cells powered by hydrogen

Anmar Frangoul writes in CNBC about a potential breakthrough for hydrogen fuel.

The C3 Take
  • Volvo’s hydrogen-powered trucks will have a range of over 621 miles and take 15 minutes to refuel.
  • The company will begin a pilot program to test its vehicles, with plans to commercialize its technology by the end of the decade.
  • If it can be produced economically and with clean energy, hydrogen fuel can provide a pathway forward to transportation decarbonization.
  • Free market innovation is creating a cleaner future.

“In a statement, Gothenburg-headquartered Volvo Trucks said refueling of the vehicles would take under 15 minutes. Customer pilots are set to begin in the next few years, with commercialization ‘planned for the latter part of this decade.'”

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