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Hexagon Purus to provide complete vehicle integration of battery-electric heavy-duty vocational vehicles for N American OEM

Hexagon Purus, a manufacturer of zero-emission mobility and infrastructure solutions, signed a long-term agreement with a major North American OEM to provide complete vehicle integration of battery-electric vocational trucks in North America. The scope of this agreement is for complete vehicle integration of battery electric vocational trucks with Hexagon Purus’ proprietary technology, including battery systems, auxiliary modules, power modules and vehicle-level software.

These vocational trucks will be compliant with the Advanced Clean Truck regulation in California, which requires all truck manufacturers and distributors to have an incrementally higher zero-emission vehicle content when selling in California from 2024 and onwards. The contract will run from 2024 and has an estimated potential sales value of approximately US$150 million.

We are excited to strengthen our relationship with this globally leading OEM by leveraging our common experiences with developing zero-emission heavy-duty trucks. Our unique vehicle integration capabilities coupled with our proprietary product portfolio of key components and technologies required for electrification of heavy-duty trucking, make us an attractive partner for OEMs looking to go zero-emission.

—Morten Holum, CEO of Hexagon Purus

Hexagon Purus is a leading provider of hydrogen Type 4 high-pressure cylinders and systems, battery systems and vehicle integration solutions for fuel cell electric and battery electric vehicles. Hexagon Purus’ products are used in a variety of applications including light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, buses, ground storage, distribution, refueling, maritime, rail and aerospace.


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