41st H2 station opens in Germany


The Linde Group partnered with Allguth, a medium-size oil company, to offer hydrogen (H2) as a fuel for zero-emissions fuel-cell vehicles. The Allguth service station in Munich’s Trudering district has given the green flag for H2 mobility.

The Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) supported the construction of the H2 facility with €400,000 from its National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP). The facility will be operated by the infrastructure partner H2 Mobility.

The new station in Munich is one of the first 50 H2 filling stations that are being built as part of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) with the support of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure via the NIP.

The new facility has a 400kg storage tank for liquefied H2 and a next-generation H2 compressor developed by Linde.

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