Center of Excellence
& Service for Aviation Refuellers

 The refuellers and dispenser vehicles can have a service life of 15-20 years. So, we need almost all new car sales to be zero-emission by 2035.


Aircraft Refuelling Decarbonisation Options

A developing technology for refuellers and hydrant dispenser vehicles is the adoption of battery-electric chassis, which eliminate the diesel engine and its emissions. The Tanker Vehicle OEM is responsible for taking every effort to ensure that they design the principles of engineering and ergonomics into the functional controls of the vehicles.

Truck chassis suitable for dispenser use are now available from mainstream vehicle manufacturers. A refueller must pump the fuel from its tank into the aircraft, requiring significant energy during refueling operations. Therefore, the key element of improving the efficiency and reducing GHG emissions of refuellers is pumping efficiencies.

Our vehicles are available in PLUG-IN HYBRID (PHEV), FULL ELEC (BEV), and FUEL CELL/HYDROGEN (FCEV) versions'. You'll get a thorough commercial proposal that includes the appropriate financial models and engaged partners. Relevant manufacturers are involved in our thought process.


Electric vehicles cost lower to maintain, use a cheaper energy source, & do not require expensive overhauls. The battery-electric powertrains are more energy efficient results, in lower energy consumption per km than diesel trucks. The time battery-electric & diesel trucks reach TCO parity is more sensitive to variations in diesel fuel prices than electricity prices.


Hydrogen fuel cell cars are electric vehicles that generate electricity by converting hydrogen gas into electrical energy through a chemical reaction within fuel cell. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles represent a promising alternative to traditional combustion engine vehicles & battery electric vehicles, as they combine the best of both worlds: long driving range & quick refueling.


A PHEV shares the characteristics of both; a conventional hybrid and an electric vehicle. The vehicle is referred to as a hybrid because its powertrain uses a combustion engine that provides electric power steering and an electric air compressor, which means it can run in the truly electric mode without requiring the ICE on idle for brake air supply, for instance.