“When Rodrigo Peña first climbed into the cab of the Hyzon truck and took his foot off the brake, it wasn’t the awe of sitting in the first hydrogen-powered truck to operate in Texas that overwhelmed him. It was the silence. “I could hear rocks hitting the gravel in the yard — I could hear people blocks away,” he said. While the pilot is temporary, citizen and business leaders along the shipping canal expect it will help spur new investment and government incentives aimed at using hydrogen to decarbonize the shipping and trucking sectors. Click here to read the full article from Local Today.