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Hyzon keeps on trucking

Firm is investing in production and fuelling hubs to overcome infrastructure barriers in Europe and the US

Hyzon Motors has become a major player among manufacturers of hydrogen-electric heavy-duty trucks, less than a year and half after being spun off from Singapore-based Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies. In July, the US-headquartered company started delivering class-eight heavy-duty fuel cell trucks—built on a Freightliner Cascadia chassis—to customers in Europe, a first among Western manufacturers. In the same month, Hyzon announced it had patented a lighter and less complex hydrogen storage system for trucks that could reduce costs by 50pc.   Hyzon says its G3 system has the highest power density of any hydrogen fuel-cell stack in the world, while its stacked design offers superior volumetric

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