Hyzon Motors to deliver autonomous hydrogen trucks to Asia-Pacific
Hyzon Motors has signed an agreement with leading autonomous mobility provider Aidrivers to deliver autonomous hydrogen vehicles to seaports, airports, and logistics sectors across the Asia-Pacific.
According to the agreement, the two companies will collaborate on the design, manufacture and delivery of self-driving fuel-cell trucks, buses, and coaches.
The first trial is expected to commence in 2021, with the first fleet of operational trucks to be deployed in 2022.
Hyzon Chief Executive and Co-Founder Craig Knight said the partnership will help combine zero-emission fuel with autonomous driving, creating a “safer, smarter and cleaner solution for ports, logistics, airports and other industrial operators around the world.”
“This is the ultimate future of mobility; zero emissions with zero drivers.”
Aidrivers Chief Executive and Founder Dr Rafiq Swash stated “we are excited to be working with Hyzon, an established and pioneering group in global zero-emission mobility, a world leader in fuel-cell technology and already a supplier of hydrogen-powered trucks to ports.”
“This is an exciting partnership, and we look forward to delivering the future of sustainable and safe mobility in the coming years.”
Source: Future Trucking | Hyzon Motors signs deal to deliver autonomous hydrogen trucks
28 January 2021