Under the agreement, the two companies have agreed to create a joint venture to accelerate the deployment of Gaussin’s smart and emission-free vehicles in the region.
This agreement also further expands the focus of Charbone Hydorgen as an American (US) provider of green hydrogen technology solutions powered by renewable energy, to procure, assemble and supply a wide range of zero emission hydrogen and electric prime movers and trailers, targeted at the port and port segments. logistics.
Dave B. Gagnon, CEO of Charbone Hydrogen expressed his pride in establishing a strategic partnership with Gaussin as a manufacturer of environmentally friendly and smart vehicles.
“The terms sheet signed with Gaussin and the joint-venture will enable us to offer clean vehicles and accelerate the ecological transition of the mobility sector. The market is very promising. The green revolution is underway and I am happy to be a part of it,” he said in a statement on Saturday (28/5/2022).
Not only that, Charbone Hydrogen has also become an official partner in the World Tour event for the Gaussin H2 hydrogen racing truck in North America – USA and Canada.
The Gaussin H2 hydrogen racing truck, which was demonstrated at the 2022 Dakar Rally Championship, will travel across Canada with stops in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Saint John and Halifax.
Previously the H2 racing truck had just finished its US tour, which started in Baltimore in April and ended in Seattle with stops in iconic cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
Christophe Gaussin, CEO of Gaussin said that this strategic partnership with Charbone Hydrogen is great news. In his opinion, this validated Gaussin’s licensing strategy and opened up considerable prospects for Gaussin in North America.
“I am excited about the environmental impact of this partnership. Carbon Hydrogen has produced green hydrogen technology and the success of our collaboration will demonstrate to the market and the public the tremendous potential of this energy for future mobility,” said Gaussin.