ENGIE inaugurates largest hydrogen utility fleet


ENGIE has inaugurated the largest hydrogen (H2) utility fleet and the first alternative multi-fuel station in France.

Located in the heart of the International Market of Rungis, this station will power a fleet of 50 H2-powered Renault Kangoo Z.E utility vehicles, recently made available for long-term rental through Alphabet, a leader in mobility solutions for enterprises. These vehicles will be used by ENGIE Cofely technicians to ensure multi-technical operations and maintenance work for commercial buildings in the Ile-de-France.

Equipped with extended autonomous capability by Symbio, the leading European outfitter for H2 mobility solutions, these electric vehicles produce neither particles nor gas emissions and are further enhanced with a reduced recharge time and greater autonomy.

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