In the Chinese capital Beijing, Toyota has begun building a fuel cell research and development facility for commercial vehicles.
In a five-year arrangement, Australian HDrive will produce, distribute, sell, and buy up to 12,000 hydrogen fuel cell automobiles from Wisdom Motors and Pure Hydrogen.
Tata Steel Netherlands has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ford in Europe to provide green steel to the automobile manufacturer Zeremis.
Edda Wind, an offshore wind service vessel company, has received the hydrogen-ready Edda Brint from Astilleros Balenciaga.
WeRide, one of the most well-funded robotaxi companies in China, announced that it is teaming up with Hyundai to establish a “self-driving hydrogen-powered car pilot zone” in Guangzhou, it’s a home city in the south. Investors in WeRide include the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.
Bakken Energy and Cummins and Schneider National Carriers signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the design of the Heartland Hydrogen Hub to fulfill the demands of long-haul transportation.
Liebherr has developed a 50-tonne crawler excavator with an integrated hydrogen fuel combustion engine.
An order worth 1.2 billion euros.
SpaceX will partner with a renewable energy startup named Green Hydrogen International.
JCB has presented a mobile hydrogen refueling unit that it claims would enable on-site refueling of hydrogen-powered machines.