50th hydrogen station opens in Germany


An important stage in the development of hydrogen (H2) mobility in has been celebrated in Germany with the commissioning of the 50th public H2 station.

Partners H2 MOBILITY, Linde and TOTAL inaugurated the station in the presence of representatives from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), the European Union, the Federal Government, the Brandenburg Government and the city of Potsdam.

The station, located in Horstweg, southeast of Potsdam, has a 700-bar dispenser for cars, and a device for an optional 350-bar dispenser for bus refuelling, pre-installed. It received funding from the FCH JU.

Linde has provided the technology for the new H2 station at the TOTAL petrol station and enables the refuelling of around 40 vehicles per day.

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