The project will demonstrate the readiness of hydrogen technology for heavy-duty applications in real life conditions in different regions in North-West Europe (NWE). Based upon the demo’s, a joint roadmap for zero-emission heavy-duty trucks in NWE will be developed. The project also aims to realise knowledge sharing between regions.

In the EU the logistics sector contributes to 25% of total transport sector CO2 emissions. While battery electric trucks can operate efficiently in urban areas, hydrogen technology has a key role to play in zero-emission logistics over longer distances. Heavy-duty vehicles with a fuel cell range extender – while not yet commercially available in het EU – have huge potential.

‘H2-Share’ stands for ‘Hydrogen Solutions for Heavy-duty transport Aimed at Reduction of Emissions in North West Europe’. The objective is to facilitate the development of a market for low-carbon heavy-duty vehicles, run on hydrogen, for logistic applications. This will form a basis for the development of a zero-emission heavy-duty vehicle industry in the region.

The project is funded by Interreg NWE and is coordinated by WaterstofNet.


Technical data

Max. Gross Vehicle Weight (ton) 27
Battery capacity (kWh) 82
Range (km (mls)) 400
Power fuel cell (kW) 88
Power (kW (hp)) 210
Torque (Nm (lb.ft)) 2000 (1475)