Joint venture H2 Mobility Deutschland has opened two new hydrogen stations in Germany with its shareholders Shell and Air Liquide.
North Rhine-Westphalia’s ninth and tenth stations were opened in Leverkusen and Essen. The new hydrogen station in Leverkusen was built using technology supplied by Air Liquide. Its location, the Shell filling station at Karl-Krekeler-Strasse 2, is conveniently located near the Leverkusen motorway junction, just 500 metres from the A3 slip road.
The network of stations where fuel cell vehicles can fuel with hydrogen is becoming ever denser. There are currently 62 hydrogen stations in Germany and there are to be 100 stations by the end of 2019.
Markus Schewitza, Managing Director of Air Liquide Advanced Technologies, said, “Hydrogen is one of the best solutions for achieving the goals of the Paris Agreement. It has the potential to decarbonise the transport sector, one of the major sources of pollution in our cities.”
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