Hyzon’s hydrogen fuel cells can provide consistent power over 125 miles, including up to 1,200 cart lifts and trips to the transfer station. - Photo: Hyzon

Hyzon’s hydrogen fuel cells can provide consistent power over 125 miles, including up to 1,200 cart lifts and trips to the transfer station. 

Photo: Hyzon

Hyzon, a U.S.-based, hydrogen fuel cell technology developer and supplier of zero-emission powertrains and New Way Trucks, a refuse truck body manufacturer, have debuted a hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric refuse truck to the U.S. market.

This follows a February announcement of the Joint Development Agreement (JDA) between New Way and Hyzon to develop a zero-emission refuse collection solution.

An Alternative Power Solution to Meet Decarbonization Objectives

Through this partnership, Hyzon and New Way have been able to make the hydrogen fuel cell electric refuse collection vehicle a reality for the North American waste and recycling industry.

Hyzon’s hydrogen fuel cells are able to provide consistent power over 125 miles, including up to 1,200 cart lifts and trips to the transfer station. This is combined with New Way’s automated side loader, the Sidewinder XTR, which has up to a 12-foot reach and large 6-cubic-yard hopper. 

New Way and Hyzon are planning for further technology and performance development with the Class 8 FCEV as more information is gathered during customer demonstrations occurring throughout the rest of 2024. 

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