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Hydrogen Trucks (HyCET) Research Project, Goals, Challenges

 Here’s an article from BMW Group about Hydrogen Trucks (HyCET research project).

According to the article, the important facts about the HyCET research project are

  • Goal: Develop and test hydrogen trucks for long-distance transport logistics.
  • Challenges:
    • Lack of existing hydrogen filling station infrastructure.
    • Technology is still under development.

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