Transport trucks are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions, which are scientifically linked to contributing to climate change. So they're running a pilot project, led by the Alberta Motor Transport Association, to see if the power from hydrogen fuel will be enough. Although the trucks don't produce emissions themselves, their overall cleanliness depends on how the hydrogren is produced. That contributes, it says, roughly 12 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions each year. "Investing in hydrogen trucks with fossil fuels now still brings important benefits," he said.
Source: CBC News May 18, 2019 15:21 UTC