TMC 2023 SESSION
Hydrogen fuel cells: the next big thing
PACCAR Australia and Deakin University are researching how the Kenworth T680 fuel cell electric vehicle could be adapted to Australian conditions. In Port Kembla, CoreGas has opened Australia’s first hydrogen refueling station for heavy vehicles. In Melbourne, Hyzon Motors has released an Australian assembled hydrogen fuel cell garbage truck, and in New Zealand, Hiringa Energy is constructing four high capacity heavy vehicle refuelling stations.
Things are moving quickly in the hydrogen for transport sector across the globe. With our panel, find out how fuel cell electric powertrains work, what’s likely to be available and what a hydrogen refueling network could look like.
The other sessions in this TMC series about the future of powertrains are—