Hydrogenics Corporation a leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen generation and hydrogen-based power modules has announced that it has been awarded two contracts for fuelling stations in the United Kingdom.

The first contract includes three HySTATTM 60 electrolysers for BOC, a member of The Linde Group, for installation as part of a large fuelling station due to be constructed in 2014 for Aberdeen City Council’s Kittybrewster depot in Scotland. The three electrolysers will provide up to 400kg per day of hydrogen, and the station, part of the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project, will be used for 10 fuel cell buses – which will be the largest such fleet in Europe.

The second contract, also with BOC, calls for a HySTATTM 30 electrolyser to be installed as part of a fuelling station in Swindon, England for Honda Motor Company. The electrolyser will provide 65kg of Hydrogen per day and is expected to be operational during the second half of 2014, as is the Kittybrewster installation.

Daryl Wilson, Hydrogenics’ President and CEO said,  “These most recent fuelling station awards confirm that hydrogen infrastructure spending is indeed increasing across the globe – particularly in Europe, Japan, Korea, and California. This should come as no surprise given the plans outlined by a number of leading automotive OEMs to begin selling high-volume fuel cell vehicles between 2015 and 2017, with some models expected out later this calendar year. We see a great deal of growth potential in fueling stations and are uniquely qualified to provide the most reliable and efficient electrolysers in the industry.”