Guassin to use Symbio fuel cells
The French vehicle developer Gaussin is planning to use hydrogen fuel cells from Symbio. While Gaussin and the joint venture of Michelin and Faurecia have signed a corresponding letter of intent, the deal is not yet binding.
The agreement concerns the use of Symbio’s “H2Motive” product range, which is to be customised for Gaussin vehicles. Gaussin had already presented the ATM H2 – the fuel cell version of its logistics vehicle for container transport – at an event in France in September. The ATM is already available in a battery-electric version.
“This strategic partnership with Gaussin allows us to broaden the scope of applications of hydrogen technology for logistics operations and to demonstrate its power: zero emission without compromising performance,” says Symbio CEO Philippe Rosier. “We are honoured to accompany a committed and innovative player like Gaussin to accelerate the deployment of clean mobility. We are determined to put our know-how and technologies at the service of the decarbonization of our society, which is a major challenge.”