Hyzon Motors create zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered commercial cars. A low-cost, clean hydrogen infrastructure strategy aligns supply and demand, allowing clean trucks to hit the road sooner.
Hyzon is headquartered in Rochester, New York, and has offices across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Hyzon was formed in 2020, went public in mid-2021, and plans to deploy cars on four continents by 2022. And this is only the beginning.
Hyzon has active market in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America
Hyzon appears on the Nasdaq stock exchange under HYZN.
Hyzon Motors uses innovative fuel cell technology to create zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles. Currently, the company produces three hydrogen-powered trucks: the Hyzon Class 8, the Hyzon Hymax Series (which comes in a variety of variants), and the Hyzon Refuse. The company’s motto is ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Compromise,’ which perfectly captures Hyzon’s approach. The company credits energy-dense hydrogen with the ability to provide power, range, payload, and refueling time typical of a diesel vehicle. As an FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) manufacturer, Hyzon has also announced the future release of the Hyzon Class 6, which will be available in North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.