P&G fires up 200 hydrogen-powered forklifts

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Three US manufacturing facilities to convert electric fleet to use fuel-cells

Procter & Gamble (P&G) plans to convert battery-operated forklifts at three of its US facilities to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Manufacturing operations in California, North Carolina and Louisiana...

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