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  • B-Double trucks
  • Battery electric vehicle
  • electrolysis
  • Fortescue Metals Group
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  • Green Hydrogen
  • Hydrogen trucking
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  • Land haulage efficiency.
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  • The Great Hydrogen Debate: Controversies in the Future of Long-Haul Trucking

    Here’s an article posted in The Driven that talks about an existing Green Hydrogen debate over its cost and efficiency.

    According to the article,

    • Hydrogen for long-distance trucking is a topic of debate among experts.
    • UK-based hydrogen expert David Cebon is skeptical about the practicality of using green hydrogen to “green up” long-distance trucking due to cost and energy efficiency concerns.
    • Some experts highlight the potential for hydrogen to decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors and improve the uptime potential for trucks.
    • The debate over the suitability of hydrogen for long-distance trucking is ongoing.

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