Air Liquide yesterday unveiled plans for 1,000 hydrogen-powered zero emission trucks and 25 hydrogen stations on the roads connecting the Netherlands, Belgium and West Germany by 2025.

Part of a joint initiative with the Port of Rotterdam Authority, the project already has several partners representing the whole supply chain signed up.

It is one of the largest projects in Europe for the development of hydrogen trucks and related infrastructure and will contribute to improve air quality by reducing an estimated amount of more than 100,000 tonnes CO2 emissions per year, which is equivalent to 110 million kilometres driven.

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