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Trucks offer a market for hydrogen

US firm is partner in the Saudi Arabian project, which will produce 650t/d of green hydrogen from 2025

Industrial gas company Air Products is betting on a shift towards low-carbon transport as part of national emissions reductions strategies to spur bus and truck companies to add hydrogen-powered vehicles to their fleets—despite the additional fuel costs. The New York-listed firm is an equal partner in Saudi Arabia’s $5bn Helios Green Fuels hydrogen project along with state-owned Neom and the kingdom’s Acwa Power, having signed a deal in July 2020 to build, own and operate the plant. “There are other exciting markets for hydrogen … but for this project we're focused on the bus and truck market” Moore, Air Products Air Products is also the exclusive buyer of the hydrogen, which



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