Anglo American will build the largest hydrogen machine in the worldFebruary 24, 2020
Anglo American, a British corporation, is developing a 290-ton mining truck that will become the world’s largest hydrogen-fueled car. Such information was shared by Business Insider.
The revolutionary model will acquire special lithium-ion batteries from Williams Advanced Engineering, from which all electronics will be powered, operating in conjunction with a large-sized power unit based on hydrogen fuel cells.
Full tests of the debut hydrogen machine at the Mogalakven mine in the province of Limpopo (South Africa) will start this year. When the mass production of the new model begins, it has not yet been announced.
It should be emphasized that at the moment, the largest car that runs on hydrogen fuel is an eDumper mining truck weighing 111 tons.
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