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GenH2 inks pact with Monfort Technology for mass transit and long-haul trucking sector

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GenH2 has announced an agreement 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 fueling 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 serve as a total solution for transit and long-haul trucking companies," said Cody Bateman, Founder, and CEO of GenH2.

"Our alliance with Monfort Technology is a great example of industry leaders working together to build the future of the hydrogen economy."

Monfort Technology is a leader in power supply, automation, thermal dynamics, and zero-emission vehicle conversions. Their extensive background in product development, engineering, and manufacturing led to the creation of multiple patents and inventions, including the COLDfire Process, the Ronaele Mustang, the Electric Driveshaft for Hybrid Vehicles, and more.

"I'm excited about this partnership with GenH2, which will allow us to leverage our combined expertise to provide a comprehensive solution that has not been available and will help enable rapid expansion of this industry," said Monfort. "My background in designing the first patented Cryogenic Thermal Cycling machine aligns with GenH2's work in this important and growing field and I look forward to our partnership to further the adoption of clean energy alternatives."

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 the development of capsules for on-board storage of liquid hydrogen. The companies plan to accelerate development by utilizing both Monfort-past patents for cryogenic thermal cycling systems and GenH2 Intellectual Property for controlled storage and transfer. 

Author : Debi Dash
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