GAUSSIN signs €10M licensing agreement with Export


For the distribution of its electric and hydrogen cars in Australia and New Zealand, GAUSSIN has formed a strategic collaboration with Nexport, a major electric vehicle maker and supplier in Australia.

Gaussin will get a €10 million licensing fee and will create a joint venture to build and provide a variety of zero-emission off-road vehicles, including airport transports and refuellers, under the terms of the agreement.

With license arrangements and co-development agreements for its sustainable energy transportation technology, Gaussin is advancing its solid plan to expand its international company.

As demand for zero-emission transportation solutions grows, Gaussin has signed many partnerships with important companies throughout the world in the last year. For example, in November 2020, the business announced a collaboration with Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG) to work on the development of hydrogen-powered transportation vehicles, and Plug Power recently placed a first order for 20 hydrogen-powered yard trucks.

In April, the firm unveiled its newest product, a Road Truck Skateboard for class 8 tractors and straight trucks. The Road Skateboard is made up of an ultra-light chassis, hydrogen tanks, fuel cells, electric motors, and other critical components and technologies that will be used to create the future generation of road trucks. The distribution of this technology will be aided by a licensing scheme that focuses on assembly and marketing.

“As we work to expand our business internationally, we are grateful for the numerous chances to meet and collaborate with companies that share our passion for delivering sustainable energy transportation solutions. We think that adoption of this technology, as a major provider of next-generation technology in the zero-emissions transportation market, will be critical to making a positive impact on our climate. Gaussin CEO Christophe Gaussin remarked, “We are pleased to join forces with other businesses who share our goal.”

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

McDermott, AquaVentus to advance renewable hydrogen production

Previous article

First green hydrogen-powered ceramics plant in sight

Next article

You may also like

More in Featured


Comments are closed.