TotalEnergies and Daimler Trucks have joined forces to explore hydrogen-based solutions to cutting carbon across European road freight.
They will collaborate to develop the technology needed for heavy-duty trucks to run on clean hydrogen and work to improve infrastructure on the continent.
TotalEnergies has set the target of operating 150 hydrogen refuelling stations in Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and the Netherlands by the end of the decade.
Daimler has also committed to supplying hydrogen-powered trucks to its customers in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France by 2025.
Alexis Vovk, TotalEnergies, said: “We want to build a multi-energies company with the ambition to get to net zero by 2050, together with society.
“Therefore, the creation of a European network of hydrogen truck stations for mobility is one of the key challenges we intend to tackle. We are proud to partner with a motivated player like Daimler Truck to develop carbon-neutral truck mobility through a harmonised approach.”