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Hyzon eyes technology progress

New ways to model fuel cell performance could greatly improve technology, says CTO Shinichi Hirano

Hyzon Motors has seen its stock price slump since a highly critical short-seller report was released in late September, as Nikola Motors, one of its key competitors in the heavy-duty trucking market, did 12 months before. Hyzon has countered some of the assertions made in the report. And unlike Nikola, Hyzon already has a class-eight heavy-duty truck on the road and proprietary—and by all indications, cutting edge—fuel cell technology. Independent tests show the G3 Titan Stack—undergoing further testing by Hyzon and two aircraft manufacturers—to have industry-leading power density. Hydrogen Economist interviewed Shinichi Hirano, Hyzon’s chief technology officer, to help ascertain the sta

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