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Hyzon Motors And Russell Join Together To Deliver Hydrogen Vehicles To The UK

TNI || New Delhi || 4th March 2022

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Hyzon Motors Inc. announced an MoU with John G. Russell Transport, one of the top 50 British logistics organisations, to help deploy hydrogen-powered, zero-emission vehicles in the UK.

By combining their complementary knowledge, the companies hope to make it easier for vehicle operators in the UK to convert to zero-emission commercial trucks by offering auto sales, lease, and service assistance.

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Hyzon and Russell will work to build product and distribution channels that are matched with UK demand, with a focus on medium and heavy vehicles.

Hyzon is presently working on a 44-tonne, 6X2-tonne tractor for the UK market, which Russell and itself want to test this year.

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Russell would provide sales, service, and parts support to clients through a network of shops owned and managed by partners.

Hyzon and Russell are therefore looking into leasing and financing options, with the aim of decreasing the initial capital commitment and making hydrogen vehicles more accessible.

With Russell’s help, Hyzon will decarbonize heavy freight in the UK, stated Hyzon’s CEO and Co-Founder Craig Knight.

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In the coming years, they plan to shift commercial trucks to Hyzon vehicles, and Russell’s connections and business knowledge will be important.

They help fleet owners decarbonize their operations by working together on the vehicle ecosystem.

Russell Group Fleet Engineer, Stephen Madden, says they are thrilled to collaborate with Hyzon. Innovating for themselves and their partners’ operations has always been their company’s business model.

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