INOVYN and Wrightbus are set to collaborate on developing a hydrogen transport economy by increasing the amount of hydrogen-powered heavy-duty fleets in the UK.

Revealed today (Oct 18), the memorandum of understanding (MoU) will look to increase the number of buses, construction vehicles and trucks in operation across the UK with the groups investigating opportunities to deploy hydrogen.

To achieve this, the groups will work together with the UK Government to support the implementation of infrastructure, legislation and investment required before the wider adoption of hydrogen technologies across the nation.

Geir Tuft, CEO of INOVYN, said, “The agreement between INOVYN and Wrightbus presents our companies with opportunities to expand the use of low carbon Hydrogen.

“By working together, I believe we can help drive forward the everyday use of hydrogen in heavy use transport fleets across the UK.”


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