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The Dutch hydrogen project DREAMH2AUL has officially started. The project includes the development and testing of two 44-tons hydrogen-electric trucks and creating a public hydrogen dispenser at a filling station at the A1 Deventer business park in the Netherlands. The hydrogen offered at this filling station will be exclusively “green”. Both the dispenser and the two trucks are set to be operational mid 2023.

The European Commission has awarded €25 million in funding to a consortium with 29 airports, airlines, knowledge institutes and industrial partners called TULIPS, led by Royal Schiphol Group. The funding is part of the European Green Deal, to develop innovations that facilitate the transition to low-carbon mobility and enhance sustainability at airports. One of the planned projects is the development of a HGPU (Hydrogen Ground Power Unit) by zepp.solutions.

Screenshot of Port of Rotterdam article about zepp.solutions. Article focusses on fuel cell system solutions

This months Port of Rotterdam magazine features an article about our current projects, our vision on a fuel cell-powered future and our efforts of getting there.