Cellcentric drops some hints, whilst EU gives hydrogen the thumbs up

The Volvo-Daimler fuel cell trucking partnership unveiled some of its ambitions, which EU regulators and experts say align well with the bloc’s plans. By Xavier Boucherat

A year on from its initial unveiling, the Volvo-Daimler Trucks fuel cell partnership—dubbed ‘cellcentric’ in March 2021—has revealed some of its ambitions for the zero-emissions trucking market. Crucially, cellcentric will not manufacture its own trucks, but will collaborate on parts and technologies in a way that will allow the world’s two largest truckmakers to compete more effectively.

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