Volvo Trucks: hydrogen is just one part of freight’s future

Will Girling speaks with Volvo Trucks on the complicated task of transitioning road freight fleets to a zero-emission standard

Volvo Trucks’ unveiling of a hydrogen-powered vehicle with a maximum range of 1,000km is an exciting milestone in the technology’s development. At a time when battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are rapidly gaining momentum—the International Energy Agency (IEA) estimates there are over 16.5 million BEVs on the road as of 2022, or triple 2018’s total—fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) remain an underdeveloped technology.

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