Hexagon Purus joins Horizon Europe Project


By Luke Willetts - 12th February 2024

Hexagon Purus joins Horizon Europe Project

Ford F-Max FCEV

Turkey / Norway – Late last year, Hexagon Purus ASA of Ålesund, Norway, announced it had joined the Horizon Europe project ZEFES* (Zero Emission Freight EcoSystem) by supplying Ford Trucks of Kocaeli, Turkey, with a complete hydrogen fuel storage system for the development of a fuel-cell electric powered truck (F-Max FCEV) prototype. As a partner in the project, Ford Trucks will develop and deliver a fuel cell electric heavy-duty prototype, which will operate as part of a larger fleet of zero-emission trucks collecting data from around Europe. Developed and manufactured in Turkey, the F-Max FCEV will be Ford Trucks’ first fuel cell-powered vehicle and will begin European demonstrations in 2025.

Michael Kleschinski, Executive Vice President of Hexagon Purus said:

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