H2X Global has partnered with Norwegian Hydrogen

Australian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Manufacturer H2X Global Limited has announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Norwegian Hydrogen AS, a green hydrogen production-, distribution- and refueling company, to collaborate on the commercial supply of hydrogen and the range of Hydrogen Fuel Cell commercial vehicles.
The new venture will focus on the Nordic region, and the companies will develop a joint commercial and operational framework for commercial fleet operators located nearby Norwegian Hydrogen’s sites, for the transition to hydrogen as the zero-emissions solution in the future.
The partnership intention is to offer all components for climate-friendly commercial transport through a single channel, such as the production and purchase of green hydrogen, distribution, and hydrogen refueling stations, and to provide customers with the supply and aftersales of vehicles, overcoming the challenge commercial operators have faced in obtaining a full- service option for emission-free transport in the past.
Using Norwegian Hydrogen’s pilot plant at Hellesylt as an example, the 1.4 ton a day hydrogen production, if used to abate emissions in the transportation sector, would remove more than 9000t of CO2 every year.
This would provide more than nine million kilometers of emission-free heavy road transport per year. And again, this is only based on one out of many Norwegian Hydrogen sites under development In the Nordic region.
“Norwegian Hydrogen’s focus is to enable zero emissions for our customers. It is paramount for our customers to also have access to hydrogen vehicles, and we are excited to collaborate with H2X to present a full package solution,” Norwegian Hydrogen CTO, Ian Thompson, said.
“The transition to net-zero carbon transport through Hydrogen is vital to help eliminate the growing emissions from the transport sector,” H2X Global Head of Sales and Marketing, Bill Moss, said.
“This sector accounts for 23 percent* of global energy-related CO2 emissions and is the fastest-growing contributor to climate change.
“Collaboration between hydrogen producers like Norwegian Hydrogen and a commercial vehicle manufacturer like H2X is crucial in the reduction of zero emissions and offering fleet owners a good alternative.”
Norwegian Hydrogen announced last year that they entered into a partnership with US-based company FirstElement Fuel and Japanese company Mitsui to build a Nordic-wide network of hydrogen refueling stations and this partnership will assist in accelerating the success of this rollout.
This follows H2XGlobal’s recent announcement through its subsidiary H2X Gothenburg AB’s of the awarding of the public tender for the supply vehicles in the 3.5T, 5.0T, and 18T categories. It is planned that the first vehicles will be operational at the end of 2023 and all vehicles to be fully operational by 2025, supporting the production of vehicles for the Northern European regions in line with Norwegian Hydrogen’s development and operation of hydrogen refueling stations for heavy duty applications in the Nordics.

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