FedEx takes delivery of first hydrogen vehicle


Plug Power and American technology company Workhorse Group have delivered FedEx its first hydrogen (H2) fuel cell electric delivery van for on-road use.

The class five zero emission EGEN delivery van is built by Workhorse Group, who is focussing on providing sustainable and cost-effective electric mobility solutions to the commercial electric transportation sector, and charged by a Plug Power ProGen H2 engine.

The ProGen-powered electric delivery van is one of the first of its kind to operate in a standard commercial environment and is deployed on a standard delivery route for FedEx. The Workhorse EGEN class five, zero emission delivery trucks are designed to meet the needs and expectations of daily delivery duty cycles, as well as save delivery fleet buyers fuel and operational costs, dramatically reducing total cost of ownership over the lifetime of the vehicle.

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