Linde Engineering to build hydrogen filling station at port of Hamburg


Linde Engineering will build a hydrogen filling station for heavy-duty vehicles and terminal equipment after being commissioned by Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA).

The facility marks the next milestone for its hydrogen activities in the Clean Port & Logistics (CPL) cluster and will be part of a test centre for hydrogen-powered port logistics at the Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) in the Port of Hamburg, Germany.

The project will examine how hydrogen can be used to power harbour technology and port logistics reliably, accelerated by HHLA’s focus on working with companies worldwide on means of bringing hydrogen-powered heavy goods vehicles and terminal equipment to market quickly.

“Our commissioning of Linde Engineering to build the hydrogen filling station is the next milestone for our hydrogen activities in the Clean Port & Logistics cluster,” said Dr George Bottner, Head of the HHLA Hydrogen Network.

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