New Way Trucks, Hyzon showcase hydrogen FCEV refuse truck

New Way Trucks, Hyzon showcase hydrogen FCEV refuse truck

This debut in the U.S. market follows February’s announcement of a joint development agreement between New Way and Hyzon.

Scranton, Iowa-based New Way Trucks, a refuse truck body manufacturer and Rochester, New York-based Hyzon, a hydrogen fuel cell technology developer and global supplier of zero-emission powertrains, showcased a hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric refuse truck at WasteExpo at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This debut in the U.S. market follows February’s announcement of a joint development agreement between New Way and Hyzon.

Hyzon said its high-performance hydrogen fuel cells provide consistent power over 125 miles, including up to 1,200 cart lifts and trips to the transfer station. The technology has been integrated into New Way’s automated side loader, the Sidewinder XTR, with up to 12-foot reach and a large, 6-cubic-yard hopper.

“Building on Hyzon’s fuel cell electric refuse vehicle experience in Australia, Hyzon and New Way’s strategic partnership assembled a historic vehicle to eliminate emissions within a hard-to-abate industry,” Parker Meeks, Hyzon CEO said. “This is evidence of our shared mission to provide North American refuse collection fleets with an alternative power solution that both meets zero emissions requirements and performs the hard work a refuse truck needs to deliver day in and day out.”

After WasteExpo, the truck will test on routes in California starting with Recology, a San Francisco-based solid waste and recycling collection and processing company, the companies said. The company recently achieved its goal of powering its fleet with more than 90% renewable or alternative fuels.

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