Migros Geneva, GreenGT, LARAG, SIG and the Nomads Foundation are innovating together for a zero-emission mobility, 100% local and renewable hydrogen, to meet the challenge of sustainable mobility.
The hydrogen will be produced by SIG and distributed by a Migrol station in Geneva. The truck will be produced by LARAG with GreenGT's solution for the hybrid traction train running on a fuel cell. The truck will then be used by Migros Geneva for its deliveries.
The GoH! project is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations in its Agenda 2030.
It is also part of the Confederation’s Energy Strategy 2050, which aims to reduce energy consumption, improve energy efficiency and promote renewable energies.