The manufacturer based in Franche-Comté, which already has links with Symbio for fuel cells and HRS for refuelling stations, has a new partner at its side. Gaussin signed a letter of intent with Lhyfe to provide an offer combining vehicles and green and renewable hydrogen.
This treaty protocol seemingly dates back to the IAA in Hannover, a commercial vehicle show where hydrogen was greatly represented this year. Since Lhyfe’s activity consists in producing green and renewable hydrogen from water and renewable energy, it is therefore compatible to that of Gaussin, which designs hydrogen-powered heavy handling vehicles. Both companies are aware of the possible synergies between their fields of activity and wish to offer “a global green hydrogen mobility solution for the transport and logistics ecosystem.”
“With this treaty protocol with Gaussin we will be able to approach the very specific sector of logistics, port and airport sites with a perfectly adapted turnkey solution” says Christophe Dubruque, Lhyfe’s Mobility Development Director. “We share with Lhyfe a common ambition for the development of the hydrogen industry and I am confident that negotiations will continue,” said Christophe Gaussin, CEO of the eponymous group.
Article written by Laurent Meillaud, translated by Logan King and reviewed by Marina Leite.