CMB.TECH’s dual fuel truck running on hydrogen
The Lenoir truck is the kickstart of emission reduction within the logistics sector. This hydrogen truck has been given the symbolic name ‘Lenoir’ with the reference to Étienne Lenoir, a French-speaking Belgian who in 1860 built the first internal combustion engine powered by hydrogen.
Electricity and water (H₂O) are converted into hydrogen via the electrolyser. Via a compressor, this hydrogen is pumped to a very high pressure into different buffers.
These buffers ensure that a car, truck or ship can refuel. In addition to the refuelling station, the site also contains two trailer docks through which the ecologically produced hydrogen can be pumped to trailers which can supply the port applications developed by CMB.TECH with hydrogen. In addition, there are a number of ultra fast charging stations for electric cars where cars can be charged in less than 15 minutes.
Aftermovie Launch event Hydrogen Refuelling Station & Lenoir truck
Information Source: Read Full Release ..–>
Oilandgaspress.com | Energy, Climate, Renewable, Wind, Biomass, Sustainability, Oil Price, LPG, Solar
The information comprised in this section is not, nor is it held out to be, a solicitation of any person to take any form of investment decision.
Please use our attached online form.
Submit your Releases or contact us now!
Follow us: @OilAndGasPress on Twitter | OilAndGasPress on Facebook