Sasol will build hydrogen stations on the N3
Sasol Ltd. plans to develop the use of green hydrogen by fuel cell vehicles on a major South African freight route as the company examines ways to lower its own emissions.
Along with partner Toyota Motor Corp., it intends to develop a pilot project — using a key highway such as the N3 running between Durban and Johannesburg — for heavy-duty, long-haul vehicles powered by hydrogen, Sasol said in a statement Wednesday.
Toyota expects to introduce a prototype truck, currently being developed in Japan, as soon as it’s available.
Sasol, a top emitter of greenhouse gases in South Africa, is working toward a 2030 target to reduce emissions from its operations by at least 10% from 2017 levels.
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