Hyzon Motors Inc., a supplier of zero-emission heavy-duty fuel cell electric vehicles, published Designing the Future of Fuel Cells, a white paper describing the company’s progress toward producing a single stack 200kW fuel cell system.
To meet heavy-duty transport’s power requirements, most OEMs have opted to combine two complete sets of 90-150kW fuel cell systems, according to the white paper. Hyzon’s in-house fuel cell system design and production, combined with a network of suppliers, Hyzon’s 200kW fuel cell system features a singlestack that generates enough electricity to meet these power requirements.
According to Hyzon, its single stack shows significant benefits compared to the traditional approach of combining two ~100kW fuel cell systems, including:
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DTNA’s head of eMobility has been appointed to the newly founded EV Working Group (EVWG) by the U.S. DOE, DOT.
Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) recently announced that Rakesh Aneja, head of eMobility at DTNA, has been appointed to the newly founded Electric Vehicle Working Group (EVWG) by the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Department of Transportation.
The EVWG, established by the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, is entrusted with providing vital recommendations to the U.S. Secretaries of Energy and Transportation for integrating light-, medium-, and heavy-duty electric vehicles (EVs) into the U.S. transportation and energy systems, according to the press release. EVWG collaborates closely with federal interagency working groups. Furthermore, the company notes that the group will regularly report on barriers and opportunities to scale up EV adoption to the U.S. Secretaries of Energy and Transportation and key congressional committees.
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By 2030, Bosch plans to generate sales of roughly $5.3 billion with hydrogen technology.
Her approach to IT strategy will continue to strengthen Phillips Connect’s technological infrastructure.
This agreement will encompass liquid renewable fuels, such as renewable gasoline blends, biodiesel and renewable diesel.
Three trucking industry giants aim to supercharge U.S. battery production.
“Early adopters of battery-electric commercial vehicles experienced rather lengthy timelines to install EV charging infrastructure.”
The fleet’s future is bright with its use of solar panels at its terminals and battery electric trucks on its routes.
The Global MOU is an agreement to reach 100% new zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040.
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