One-stop hydrogen shop can encourage fleets to adopt fuel cell trucks

Navistar believes a fuel cell truck alone is not enough to attract fleets. Easy access to fuelling and hydrogen generation services are also needed. By Jack Hunsley

Through the 2010s, most hydrogen fuel cell related headlines were generated by ambitious start-ups eager to become the Tesla of hydrogen mobility. However, even in the context of a global pandemic that forced players to focus on the present, incumbent OEMs laid down quite the gauntlet; fuel cell trucks are not only in development but will be in customer hands before 2030.

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