GenH2 (a provider of hydrogen infrastructure solutions) agreed with Monfort Technology to develop solutions for mass transit and long-haul trucking sectors.
GenH2 will manufacture hydrogen production, liquefaction, controlled storage and dispensing solutions to empower the fuelling infrastructure for buses and Class 1-8 trucks. Monfort, known for building the first working 80 passenger electric school bus, will produce EV hybrid vehicle conversation kits utilizing their patented BMS and drivetrain technologies.
The combination of reliable hydrogen infrastructure and Class 1-8 trucks powered by BEV and hydrogen fuel cells will be a total solution for transit and long-haul trucking companies.
The alliance will focus on the delivery of mobility and infrastructure solutions in support of the following use cases:
- Buses and supporting hydrogen infrastructure for municipalities and school districts
- Long-haul trucks and supporting hydrogen infrastructure for regional transport
- Liquid hydrogen transport
GenH2 and Monfort will also collaborate on developing capsules for onboard storage of liquid hydrogen.
Clean Vision Corporation and OTCQB
Clean Vision Corporation announced that its common stock is up-listed by OTC Markets to the OTCQB® Venture Market exchange.
In recent months, Clean Vision, through its Clean-Seas subsidiary, has made great strides executing its business plan for the buildout of its global Plastic Conversion Network (PCN) with its purchase of a pilot pyrolysis plant and agreement with India’s IICT as the next step toward entering the hydrogen economy.
Clean-Seas is finalising a licensing agreement for a proprietary hydrogen fuel cell technology with which it plans to develop a customized fuel cell to store its branded AquaH™ hydrogen produced by its pilot pyrolysis plant.
Its pyrolysis plant is currently onboard a ship sailing to Hyderabad, India, to demonstrate the advanced waste-plastic and climate crisis mitigating solution.