Daimler Truck reached new milestone with the #HydrogenRecordRun after the Mercedes-Benz GenH2 Truck traveled 1,047 km (650.58 mi) between Woerth am Rhein and Berlin (Germany) on one fill of liquid hydrogen.
H2FLY’s hydrogen aircraft (‘HY4’) completed four piloted flight tests. Results showed that liquid hydrogen doubled the range of the HY4 (compared to using gaseous hydrogen), marking a critical step towards long-range, emissions-free commercial flights.
The countries signed a joint letter of support for the “SoutH2-Corridor”, which will transport hydrogen between North Africa, Italy, Austria and Germany to help meet European demand for low-cost renewable hydrogen.
H2FLY and Air Liquide have successfully completed liquid hydrogen on-ground coupling tests with its hydrogen-electric, four-seater aircraft “HY4”, which is expected to be the first passenger aircraft to fly with liquid hydrogen and fuel cells.
The companies reveal their plan to build a hub for the production, transport and distribution of green hydrogen on the Upper Rhine, which includes building a 50 MW electrolysis facility, an 8.5 km (5.2 mi) hydrogen pipeline, and more.