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South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co. has been selected by the US Environmental Protection Agency to provide hydrogen-powered trucks for the Targeted Airshed Grants program.
Hyundai collaborated with First Element Fuel, a company that develops and operates hydrogen filling stations, as part of the TAG initiative this year. The project was overseen by the South Coast Air Quality Management District of California.
Hyundai and FEF have a contract in place for Hyundai to deliver five XCIENT fuel cell trucks by the third quarter of next year.
Before they are used in commercial operations, the vehicles will undergo a 12-month testing period in California.
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