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Ballard and Hexagon Purus to make heavy trucks

First prototype of the class six and seven hydrogen truck will be delivered in 2022

Vehicle systems firm Hexagon Purus and fuel-cell manufacturer Ballard Power Systems will collaborate to manufacture class six and class seven fuel-cell electric trucks. The trucks will use Hexagon’s electric drivetrains and storage systems and Ballard’s fuel-cell module. “Fuel cell and hydrogen technologies will enable the decarbonisation of the heavy-duty transportation sector with long range and quick vehicle refuelling, without compromising on payload,” says Nicolas Pocard, vice president of marketing and strategic partnerships at Ballard. The trucks will have a range of more than 400 miles, with refuelling times comparable to conventional trucks. 400 miles – Future range of



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