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Anheuser-Busch InBev has been in the news quite a bit lately, most recently pertaining to the company’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a quarter by 2025. Last week, the world’s largest brewer continued its march toward different science-based targets by announcing its future fleet of 800 zero-emission, hydrogen-electric semi-trucks.

The aim is to convert its entire long-haul fleet by 2025. These new trucks are capable of traveling a reported 500 to 1,200 miles on a single tank of hydrogen, requiring 20 minutes  re-fueling time. It is anticipated the new fleet will start to see the roads in the US beginning from 2020.

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