Leaders from Performance Food Group (PFG) and Hyzon celebrate the delivery of four fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in Fontana, Calif. today. Left to Right: Pat Griffin, Hyzon North America President; Dr. Bappa Banerjee, Hyzon Chief Operating Officer; Jeff Williamson, Senior Vice President, Operations, Performance Food Group; Parker Meeks, Hyzon Chief Executive Officer; Jesse Armendarez, 2nd District, San Bernardino County Supervisor
Hydrogen fuel cell technology zero-emission truck start up, Hyzon has  announced it has delivered four FCEVs to leading food distributor and supplier Performance Food Group in the USA  with a ceremony at PFG’s Vistar facility in California.
In a move that is sure to get the people at Daimler hit under the collar, the trucks  that Hyzon has equipped with its fuel cell technology appear to be Freightliner Cascadias.
Hyzon has weathered some scandals including losing its CEO as a result of a stock exchange securities breach but  has been quietly getting on with building fuel cell trucks both int he USA and here in Australia
“Putting these zero-emission trucks on the road marks an important step toward decarbonization goals shared by PFG, Hyzon and the state of California,” said Parker Meeks, CEO  of Hyzon.
“Our fuel cell technology will help Vistar’s heavy-duty trucking operations operate emission free and with reduced noise pollution,” said Meeks.
“We are deeply grateful for our partnership with PFG, as it helps to further our collective goals to reduce carbon emissions from heavy-duty trucking,” he added.