Reliance Industries, a global leader in energy and innovation, is spearheading a monumental shift in transportation with its ambitious plan to convert thousands of internal combustion engine (ICE) trucks to hydrogen internal combustion engine (H2ICE) trucks.
British Columbia is set to invest $16.5 million in a pioneering pilot program led by Hydrogen Technology & Energy Corporation (HTEC). The initiative aims to explore the viability of hydrogen as a fuel for commercial trucking, ushering in a new era of clean and efficient freight transport.
IKEA Austria has become the first IKEA store in the world to introduce hydrogen fuel cell trucks, as part of its ambitious plan to make 100% of its last-mile deliveries emission-free by 2025.
As countries around the world work on decarbonization strategies, hydrogen fuel has been taking an important place in the spotlight for reducing emissions from the trucking industry.
EHM, in collaboration with Schiever, an family large distribution company, is set to convert a 44-tonne DAF heavy goods vehicle from diesel to a hydrogen combustion engine. This ambitious project not only signifies a major step forward in eco-friendly logistics but also demonstrates the increasing viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel source.
Trucks are responsible for transporting nearly three-quarters of the nation’s freight by weight, and most of these commercial trucks are powered by diesel fuel.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services, a prominent supply chain solutions provider, has joined forces with Nikola Corporation, a global leader in zero-emissions transportation, to purchase 13 zero-emission Class 8 trucks.
According to a recent North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) research, the only long-term zero-emissions technology appropriate for long-haul trucks is hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles.
By 2026, 250 trucks will have received their kits from the Vendée start-up e-Neo, which is creating hydrogen retrofits for diesel trucks on behalf of DB Schenker.
Hyliko, the first hydrogen mobility platform devoted to decarbonizing the transportation of goods by road, recently signed a deal with Toyota to provide Fuel Cell Modules for the latter’s initial hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks.