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Battery or hydrogen? Truck makers battle it out in race for a cleaner electric future


Truck makers are also under pressure to go electric, but they need to decide whether conventional batteries or hydrogen is the way to go.

Added on the 30/06/2022 18:13:50 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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