Australia will see the first hydrogen-powered heavy vehicles on the road
in nine months. Coregas will purchase two hydrogen trucks and build a refueling
station in Port Kembla NSW. This project is supported by NSW Government after
the announcement of $740 million funding boost to build the foundation for new
net-zero industries and transit heavy emitting industries. Higher energy density
makes hydrogen more preferable for transferring large loads and long distance compared
to electric vehicles. This means we will see hydrogen trucks, regional buses
and trains carrying the heavy lifting to decarbonise freight sector.