TC Energy, Nikola will build hydrogen hubs in U.S., Canada amid shift in trucking industry

The Calgary energy giant and U.S. electric-vehicle upstart will co-develop, construct, operate and own the large-scale hydrogen-production hubs, in a bid to drive adoption for hydrogen-fuelled heavy-duty trucks. Nikola told The Logic that scouting locations and government-funding opportunities will be part of the first phase of the project. The companies didn’t make representatives available for comment on the project’s locations, timeline and costs. (The Logic)

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