Lommel (Belgium), 6th of December
Last Friday, an important step forward was made in the world of zero-emission refuse collection on hydrogen.
The three hydrogen projects working on demonstrating and commercialising hydrogen refuse collection vehicles, LIFE 'N Grab HY! (funded by the LIFE programme), REVIVE (funded by the FCH-JU) and HECTOR (funded by the Interreg North West Europe programme) signed a letter of cooperation. This was done during a workshop of the REVIVE-project at E-Trucks Europe in Lommel (BE) in the company of several interested stakeholders from all over Europe.
This letter of cooperation is an intention to further cooperate between the demonstration projects and to share knowledge and experiences. By combining their efforts and strengths, the three projects wish to broaden their outreach, spread awareness of their work and optimize the exchange of lessons learned in the different steps towards and in operating these zero-emission vehicles.
The three projects, all in a different phases of deployment, are working hard to complete their goals and looking forward to their future cooperation.