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Total joins hydrogen vehicle alliance

Hyzon-led group eyes fuel-cell powered fleets in commercial vehicle sector

French oil major Total has joined a new alliance of companies formed to drive the development of a supply chain for hydrogen fuel-cell powered vehicles in the commercial transport sector. The Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance was launched this week by New York-based hydrogen commercial vehicle startup Hyzon Motors, in which Total took a stake last year. The other members of the alliance are Ark Energy, a subsidiary of Korea Zinc; insurance and investment group Axa; Bank of America; New Zealand-based green hydrogen specialist Hiringa Energy; Saudi industrial conglomerate Modern Group; Saudi technology hub Neom; US biofuels company Raven SR; and US carbon emissions utilisation technology company Re

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