ULEMCo is converting 20 Glasgow City Council vehicles to hydrogen duel fuel, its largest single deployment to date.
The Government is being urged to develop a ‘masterplan’ that will enable the decarbonisation of transport, including vans and trucks.
A two-year trial to understand the feasibility of using hydrogen-powered trucks has concluded that the current refuelling infrastructure is insufficient.
By Phil Lloyd, head of engineering policy at the Freight Transport Association (FTA)
Volvo Trucks and Daimler are forming a joint venture to develop hydrogen fuel cells for heavy-duty commercial vehicles.
The future of transport is looking increasingly fuel cell driven, according to sustainable energy consultancy E4tech.
Hyundai is to begin trialling 1,000 hydrogen fuel cell trucks with fleet operators in Switzerland as the manufacturer looks to move away from diesel.
Hyundai has presented an image of its new truck with fuel cell powertrain, which is set to be launched in 2019.
Ocado has taken delivery of its first hydrogen-powered van from ULEMCo.
ULEMCo will demonstrate the world’s first zero emission combustion engine truck later this year.
Ulemco has collaborated with Aberdeen City Council to deliver the world's first hydrogen dual fuel road sweeper.
City Sprint has announced the trial of a hydrogen van with its client Mitie, as part of its wider ambition to create a completely emission-free fleet in London.
British manufacturer CGON is targeting outright purchase commercial vehicle and taxi fleets with its latest generation hydrogen additive product.
Arcola Energy has sold or leased 32 Renault Kangoo ZE-H2 electric vans - with fuel cell range extender produced by Symbio FCell, to UK customers.
ULEMCo has been awarded Government funding to trial a range of vehicles with hydrogen dual-fuel technology.
Fife Council is introducing two hybrid hydrogen/diesel bin lorries.
ULEMCo has reached a milestone for use of hydrogen fuel in its fleet after 16 duel-fuel Ford Transits clocked up more than 20,000 miles using hydrogen.