The Miele fleet in Germany has scored a first: a hydrogen fuel cell e-van has gone into service for the premium domestic appliance maker in the Rhine-Main region of Germany.
The Vivaro-e Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle is the first off the Opel production line, offering the Miele fleet a range of 249 miles and a refueling time of just three minutes.
The plan hopes to boost Geely Auto Group Sales to over 3.6 million units, outlines an electrical and sustainable future, and teases BEV, HEV, and long-range PHEV models with ranges up to 200 km. The plan also hopes to reduce total emissions by 25% by 2025 and achieve carbon neutrality by 2045.
If all goes as planned, PGT Trucking intends to lease 100 Nikola Tre heavy-duty fuel cell electric trucks to serve its flatbed customers by 2023.
The HYVIA hydrogen Renault Master Van H2-TECH prototype was unveiled at the 2021 Plug Power Symposium, marking the first time it has been shown in North America.
Hyundai reaches an agreement with Shell for hydrogen infrastructure development in California and has plans to build two new fuel cell plants in Korea.