Air Products will station a mobile hydrogen refueler at Canada’s Edmonton International Airport to support a fleet of Toyota Mirari fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), believed to be Alberta’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger vehicle fleet.
The industrial gas giant has said the station will be made up of two hydrogen refuelling lanes and dispensers for heavy-duty vehicles, such as commercial and municipal trucks, and two fuelling positions for light-duty FCEVs. Fuelling will begin next week.
Myron Keehn, President and CEO of Edmonton Airports, including Edmonton International Airport, made the announcement during a luncheon with Toyota Canada, where they unveiled plans to create the province’s first hydrogen fuel cell passenger vehicle fleet.
Eric Guter, Vice-President of Hydrogen for Mobility at Air Products, says access to clean hydrogen fuelling infrastructure is key to the energy transition and efforts to decarbonise transportation.
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