- Clean Logistics supports project partner GP Joule in developing a sustainable mobility concept
- Delivery of battery-electric hydrogen trucks planned for 2023
- Total order volume expected to be in the lower double-digit million euro range
Hamburg, June 23, 2022: Clean Logistics SE (ISIN DE000A1YDAZ7) has signed a contract with GP Joule GmbH to reserve 40 conversion sites for the production of tractor units into trucks with hydrogen-electric drive systems. The company announced this together with its partner GP Joule at the world premiere of the first hydrogen-powered truck "fyuriant".
GP Joule is a leading company for the production of green hydrogen and renewable energy as well as the associated hydrogen infrastructure. Equipping the vehicles with the zero-emission powertrain is to begin once the funding applications and corresponding contracts have been approved. In addition to the hydrogen tank, battery and fuel cell components, the specially developed axle with wheel hub motors and Clean Logistics' special control system will also be used. For Clean Logistics, the contract is associated with sales in the lower double-digit million euro range. Clean Logistics is currently in advanced talks with other interested parties to convert diesel tractors into zero-emission hydrogen trucks.
GP Joule plans to lease Clean Logistics' hydrogen trucks to logistics companies in Germany. Logistics and retail companies are to be offered a complete range of services from a single source along the entire value chain. This includes not only the provision of hydrogen and storage and refueling facilities, but also the corresponding low-emission hydrogen trucks.
Dirk Graszt, CEO of Clean Logistics: "We are very much looking forward to working with GP Joule. Together, we will drive the decarbonization of heavy-duty transportation, accelerating the transition to a sustainable future. Our business is picking up significant momentum with the expansion of our conversion capacity in Winsen (Luhe) and we are in advanced discussions with companies across Germany. We are correspondingly optimistic about our development in the coming months."