Hydrogen filling stations continue to open


Air Liquide has officially opened a hydrogen filling station in the French city of Saint-Lô in the Manche department. The Manche General Council is the first local authority in France to have a hydrogen station for its vehicles.

The announcement clearly indicates that the hydrogen filling revolution in the automotive sector shows now sign of slowing as the world embraces the idea of traveling by utilising the power from the hydrogen fuel cell.

This decision, from Manche General Council, is a reflection of the department’s will to develop the hydrogen energy industry and to play a pioneering role in this field.

The Manche General Council had trusted Air Liquide in July 2014 with the design and delivery of the station. It will, at first, supply the community’s ten Electric Vehicles. In a second stage, thirty more vehicles from partnering communities and buses are to use the station.

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