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TotalEnergies and Daimler to develop hydrogen road infrastructure

The two companies aim to reduce total cost of ownership of hydrogen truck operations

France’s TotalEnergies and vehicle manufacturer Daimler Truck have agreed to work together to develop infrastructure for heavy-duty hydrogen trucks in Europe. Daimler Truck will supply hydrogen-powered fuel cell trucks to its customers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France by 2025. “I am fully convinced that this collaboration will play a key role in our intensified activities on the road towards hydrogen-powered trucking,” says Karin Radstrom, board member at Daimler Truck. TotalEnergies aims to operate up to 150 hydrogen refuelling stations in the above countries, as well as in Germany, by 2030. “The creation of a European network of hydrogen truck stations for mobility is



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