Air Liquide, H2 Mobility and Total have taken an important step in developing Germany’s nationwide hydrogen (H2) infrastructure as part of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP).
The partners jointly opened the region’s first H2 station in Ingolstadt. This closes another major gap in the H2 network; drivers of fuel cell vehicles can now refuel at eight H2 stations in Bavaria.
The new H2 facility at the Total gas station on Manchinger Straße – directly on the A9 motorway – is owned and operated by H2 Mobility, a joint venture between the CEP partner companies Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell, and Total. The partners’ primary goal is to operate 100 stations in seven German metropolitan areas (Hamburg, Berlin, Rhine-Ruhr, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Munich) and along motorways and highways by 2019. Another 300 H2 fuelling stations will follow as the vehicle numbers are ramped up.
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