Air Liquide has announced locations for its first four publicly-open hydrogen fueling stations in the Northeastern US. Stations are expected open early in 2017.
The company has a total of 12 hydrogen stations planned in the region, in collaboration with Toyota. Stations will span 300 miles across five states and will support the introduction of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) on the East Coast.
“Air Liquide firmly believes in the potential of hydrogen as a clean and reliable source of energy for the transportation sector, both in the United States and worldwide.”
“We are excited to announce the locations of the first public hydrogen fueling stations in the Northeast United States in collaboration with Toyota,” said Ole Hoefelmann, CEO of Air Liquide Advanced Technologies US LLC and Vice President of Air Liquide advanced Business & Technologies (aB&T) Americas.
“Air Liquide firmly believes in the potential of hydrogen as a clean and reliable source of energy for the transportation sector, both in the United States and worldwide. We are deeply committed to enabling the widespread deployment of hydrogen fuel cell technology and the required infrastructure.”
Stations will be located in:
- Hartford, Connecticut
- Braintree, Massachusetts
- Mansfield, Massachusetts
- Bronx, New York.
Hydrogen supplied by Air Liquide will be produced off-site.