Germany’s network of hydrogen stations is increasing in density, with construction set to begin this summer on a new station in Braunschweig.

The hydrogen station, built by H2 Mobility Deutschland with technology from Air Liquide, will be integrated into Shell’s existing filling station at Hamburger Strasse 211.

The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) is funding the construction with around €950,000 as part of the National Innovation Programme Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP 2).

H2 Mobility Germany is working towards its goal of 100 hydrogen stations in Germany by the end of 2019. There are currently 62 stations.

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