Nikola Highlights its Integrated Hydrogen Solution, Introduces New Hydrogen Energy Brand "HYLA*• Nikola Motors
PHOENIX – January 25, 2023 -- Nikola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA), a global leader in zero-emission transportation and energy supply and infrastructure solutions, announced at a special event today that it has created a new global brand, HYLA, to encompass the company's energy products for producing, distributing and dispensing hydrogen to fuel its zero-emissions trucks. More than 300 fleet, government, supplier, energy and media representatives were on site for the announcement at Nikola's U.S. headquarters in Phoenix, which highlighted the progress made by Nikola's energy and truck businesses.
"Nikola is the only company that is successfully integrating a revolutionary new product, the hydrogen fuel cell truck, and the full hydrogen energy infrastructure supply chain under one roof," said Nikola CEO and President Michael Lohscheller. "The unveiling of our Nikola Tre fuel cell truck and flexible mobile fueling trailer demonstrates a real and sustainable competitive advantage for our customers and are significant proof points that we are accomplishing what we set out to achieve."
"The HYLA brand represents Nikola's hydrogen-focused energy business by supporting our fuel cell electric vehicles and those of other OEMs," said Carey Mendes, President, Nikola Energy. "Hydrogen energy is the catalyst for the HYLA brand and serves as a forward-looking solution for our customers to help them achieve their sustainability goals and dramatically reduce the overall carbon emissions in the transportation sector."
Nikola Tre Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV)
With a range of up to 500 miles, the Nikola Tre FCEV is expected to have among the longest ranges of all commercially available zero tailpipe emission Class 8 tractors while realizing weight savings when compared to battery-electric Class 8 trucks with similar range. The Tre FCEV is well-suited for a variety of applications ranging from drayage and intermodal to metro-regional truckload and less than truckload to certain specialized hauling use cases.