Adani Plans To Deploy Asia’s First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Truck

Adani Enterprises plans to develop a hydrogen fuel cell electric truck for mining logistics and transportation.

Collaboration With Ashok Leyland, Ballard Power Systems

Billionaire Gautam Adani's flagship company plans to develop a hydrogen fuel cell electric truck for mining logistics and transportation along with Ashok Leyland and Canada’s Ballard Power Systems.

First-Of-Its-Kind Product In Asia

This collaboration marks Asia’s first planned hydrogen-powered mining truck. The demonstration project will be led by AEL.

Truck To Have Three Hydrogen Trunks

The truck will weigh 55 tonnes, have three hydrogen tanks, have a 200-kilometre working range, and be powered by Ballard’s 120 kW PEM fuel cell technology.

Complements Adani Group's Green Energy Goals

The plan for a fuel cell electric truck ties in with the Adani Group’s objective to build an ecosystem of green energy.

Adani Group To Invest $50 Billion In Green Energy

The conglomerate has announced plans to invest more than $50 billion over next 10 years in green hydrogen and associated ecosystems.

Disclaimer: Adani Enterprises is in the process of acquiring a 49% stake in Quintillion Business Media Ltd., the owner of BQ Prime.

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