Alfdex contributing to cutting-edge Hydrogen research at Chalmers University of Technology

For heavy duty trucks, hydrogen could become a sustainable fuel for the combustion engine of tomorrow. This fuel offers benefits in terms of vehicle range, performance, relative technical maturity and existing fueling infrastructure. Projects are ongoing throughout the truck- and engine industry to adapt next generation engines to suit hydrogen and we at Alfdex are already involved.

A hydrogen project Alfdex are proud to be involved in, is running at the Chalmers University of Technology, Division of Energy Conversion and Propulsion Systems, in Göteborg, Sweden. Alfdex contributes with an Alfdex g-Cleaner that makes it possible to optimize the performance of the engine.

Chalmers University of Technology was founded in 1892 and conducts research and education in technology and natural sciences at world class level. The university has 3100 employees and 10,000 students.