Daimler Truck will officially partner with Volvo Group for the development and production of hydrogen trucks, the manufacturers announced on Monday. In doing so, the companies are following up on the declaration of intent announced in April.
Daimler Truck, known for its Mercedes-Benz trucks, will bring all its current hydrogen and fuel cell development activities into the newly formed joint venture. The Volvo Group, not to be confused with the Volvo Car Corporation, will buy in for 600 million euros and thus acquire a share of 50 percent.
Serial production of hydrogen trucks has already started at Hyundai. The first copies are now running in Switzerland. Scania, part of the Volkswagen Group, put four test trucks into service in Norway earlier this year.
The Dutch Holthausen Clean Technology is already further. You can order hydrogen trucks from that company. The models vary from supply trucks to garbage trucks. The hydrogen trucks use a DAF chassis. In addition, a Mercedes-based truck is available. In addition, the Dutch manufacturer builds hydrogen trucks for the American Hyzon Motors.
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