Taking Zero-Emission Long-Haul Freight Transport in Europe to the next level
A collaborative project funded by the EU, demonstrating zero emission, flexible vehicle platforms with modular powertrains serving the long-haul freight ecosystem.
ZEFES is a 3,5-year project aiming to deploy 9 different long-haul truck configurations (BEV and FCEV) in various use cases covering important TEN-T corridors in Europe.
The project addresses the decarbonisation of long-distance freight transport by demonstrating real-world applications with battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) across Europe.
ZEFES in figures
ZEFES started on the first of January 2023 and will run for 42 months
funding from the European Union under the Horizon Europe programme
from 14 different countries in Europe
ZEFES Survey: voice your needs
ALICE is conducting a survey under the ZEFES project that focusses on the needs and requirements related to the implementation of Zero-Emission Heavy-Duty Vehicles (ZE-HDV) with GCW>36tons, defined as Battery Electric and hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Heavy-Duty Vehicles (BE-HDV and FCE-HDV) and their infrastructure.