At the vanguard of the global hydrogen revolution for commercial vehicles, it’s clearly an exciting time for Hyzon Motors. But as the company pioneers the roll out of hydrogen-powered commercial and heavy-duty vehicles globally, it recognises collaboration is going to be crucial in the build-out. It was for this reason Hyzon Motors established the Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance in April.
Interview with Craig Knight, CEO Hyzon Motors: “The global hydrogen revolution for commercial vehicles is here, and Hyzon Motors is at the vanguard”
It was 2003 when Craig Knight, George Gu and Gary Robb set out on a mission to build the world’s first profitable fuel cell company. Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies was established in Singapore that year, and has a founding story fuelled with curiosity, ambition and willingness to move forward in one of the most difficult technology spaces.
Hyzon Motors and and Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance members NEOM and Modern Group Plan to Collaborate on Hydrogen-Powered Vehicle Value Chain
Hyzon jointly with Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance members Modern Group and NEOM Company announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding for the development of a vehicle assembly facility in NEOM, the $500 billion giga-project in northwest Saudi Arabia.
Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance officially launched
The US developer of fuel cell commercial vehicles Hyzon Motors has announced the Hyzon Zero Carbon Alliance. The new coalition of companies from different sectors aims to advance hydrogen mobility worldwide and is headed by Australian Claire Johnson.