Alliance Automotiv Group is collaborating with the Brest-based company EHM to install its cutting-edge hydrogen combustion engines.
EHM is now working on a five-stroke engine that will maximize the production of green hydrogen and be retrofitted into large vehicles (trucks, buses, and passenger boats) to equip them.
The company stated in December that it was in discussions with a European player to carry out the installs on heavy goods vehicles. The company plans to develop its own engine production factory by 2025 on a 20,000 m2 property in Châteaulin.
Alliance Automotiv Group, one of the industry leaders in Europe for the independent distribution of parts and supplies for light vehicles, commercial vehicles, and heavy cargo vehicles meant for independent maintenance, and EHM have finally finalized their agreement. The firm, which was founded in 1989, runs a number of national repair brands and currently has more than 2,300 workshops in France (230 of which are specifically for heavy goods vehicles), as well as locations in Germany, Poland, the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Belgium.