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HYVIA, HYSETCO to accelerate development of Hydrogen mobility

HYVIA presenting its Hydrogen mobility ecosystem solutions at Hyvolution 2023 exhibition held at Paris this week. Source: HYVIA

At the Hyvolution 2023 exhibition held in Paris this week, HYVIA and France-based HYSETCO announced their mutual cooperation towards faster development of hydrogen mobility for light commercial vehicles. 

The complementary nature of the partnership will focus on the access of HYVIA H2 vehicles users to public H2 refueling stations of the HYSETCO network, along HYVIA's support for the development of network in France. 

The companies are also mulling over an integrated offer of HYVIA commercial vehicles to be proposed by HYSETCO, including the vehicle, the associated services, and the supply of hydrogen, and complementary services proposed by HYSETCO for HYVIA light commercial vehicle customers.

"Strongly committed to the hydrogen industry since its creation in June 2021, HYVIA continues in 2023 the deployment of its unique and complete ecosystem dedicated to hydrogen mobility. This collaboration with HYSETCO allows us to go even further to support our professional customers, in order to offer them even more refueling solutions and services", said David Holderbach, President, HYVIA.

Founded as a JV in 2021 between the Renault Group and Plug Power, HYVIA is offering an ecosystem of hydrogen mobility solutions including a range of H2 light commercial vehicles and private H2 refueling stations for its professional customers.

HYSETCO, on the other hand, is one of the leading company in light hydrogen mobility in France. It develops and operates public H2 refueling stations, and offers integrated solutions to facilitate access to hydrogen mobility for professional fleets.

Loïc Voisin, President , HYSETCO, commented, "We are very pleased with this initiative between HYVIA and HYSETCO, which will enable us to offer our professional customers the best solutions to facilitate their transition to zero-emission hydrogen mobility, on a range of commercial vehicles. HYSETCO, the leader in light hydrogen mobility, confirms its commitment to contribute today and tomorrow to pollution-free cities."

In 2023, HYVIA claims that its plant in Flins, France is fast-tracking the development with the ramping-up of its fuel cell assembly line, the construction of its electrolyzer to produce low-carbon hydrogen, and an assembly line for H2 refueling stations.

Author : Dhiyanesh Ravichandran
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