HVS to Supply 30 Hydrogen Electric Tractor to Explore

HVS partners with Explore to supply 30 hydrogen-powered trucks for greener logistics in the UK

HVS to Supply 30 Hydrogen Electric Tractor to Explore
Mr. John McLeister and Mr. Chris Gatheridge

Glasgow G75 0QF, United Kingdom- Hydrogen Vehicle Systems Limited (HVS)., a hydrogen fuel cell truck manufacturer, has partnered with Explore Plant & Transport Solutions Limited., (Explore) to supply 30 hydrogen electric truck units for their fleet.

Under the Agreement, HVS will supply 30 units hydrogen-powered fuel cell truck units to Explore for deployment across their UK fleet. Explore, established in 2015, specializes in transport and plant hire services for sectors such as aerospace, construction, rail, and nuclear. They are one of the UK's rapidly growing haulage and plant hire firms.

Mr. Chris Gatheridge, Operations Director for Explore said, “It is our firm belief that Hydrogen-electric fuel cell vehicles are set to revolutionise the long-haul and line-haul trucking industry, providing a clean alternative to traditional diesel engines. These new HVS units will significantly reduce Explore’s carbon footprint, and this Agreement underscores our commitment to advancing green technology within our business. We are excited to be collaborating with HVS to achieve this transition.”

Mr. John McLeister, Chief Commercial Officer for HVS said, “This landmark Partnership Agreement is testament to our shared vision of a sustainable future. Our innovative, zero-emission fuel cell technology provides fleet operators with the heavier payloads, longer range and faster refuelling required of modern logistics operations seeking to decarbonise their fleets. We are looking forward to working with Chris and his team as we both aim to lead the logistics industry in sustainability.”

HVS is revolutionizing the heavy-duty commercial vehicle industry with its state-of-the-art Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) technology. Their native FCEV powertrain promises superior efficiency, performance, and environmental benefits, including heavier payloads, longer range, and faster refueling compared to battery electric alternatives.