Reliance introduced hydrogen truck at India Energy Week
It is the first truck with H2ICE technology in the country.
The truck has been made in association with Ashok Leyland
Mumbai. Reliance Industries Limited has introduced a hydrogen-powered truck on Monday. Reliance introduced this heavy duty truck at the ‘India Energy Week’ in Bengaluru. It is the first truck with H2ICE technology in the country. In India Energy Week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) flagged off this truck.
The Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine (H2ICE) powered truck produces near-zero emissions. It gives performance at par with conventional diesel trucks. Also reduces noise. Its operating cost is also less. Thus it gives a new definition to the future of green mobility.
Read This Also:- Reliance CMD Mukesh Ambani said- India can become a $ 40 trillion economy by the year 2047
Truck built in association with Ashok Leyland
As part of its Net Carbon Zero vision, Reliance along with its vehicle partner Ashok Leyland and other technical partners has been engaged in developing this unique technology since last year. The first engine arrived in early 2022 last year.
Read This Also:- Reliance Foundation announced scholarship on the 90th birth anniversary of Dhirubhai Ambani, lakhs of students will benefit
Testing and Validating H2ICE Technology Ahead of Commercial Deployment
Reliance will test and validate the H2ICE technology for heavy duty trucks on a large scale before the first large scale commercial deployment to the fleet. Along with this, Reliance is looking for an opportunity to create an end-to-end hydrogen eco system for mobility.
(Disclaimer- Network18 and TV18 companies operate the channel/website, which is controlled by Independent Media Trust, in which Reliance Industries is the sole beneficiary.)
First read breaking news in Presswire18 News Hindi| Read today’s latest news, live news updates, most reliable Hindi news website Presswire18 News.
Tags: Reliance, Reliance industries, RIL
FIRST PUBLISHED : February 06, 2023, 23:15 IST