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17 Nov

British Columbia to spend CAD 16.5m on H2 trucking pilot

The Canadian province of British Columbia is preparing to launch its hydrogen-powered truck pilot, with CAD 16.5 million ($12m) earmarked for the program, Kallanish learns. Using funding from the province, B.C.-based energy company HTEC will then procure six different heavy-duty fuel cell trucks. According to a government release, HTEC will upgrade some related infrastructure, including a hydrogen fuelling station in Tsawwassen and a maintenance facility in Abbots…
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