Atawey has launched a new mobile hydrogen station which the French firm says could be ready to operate in half a day.
A designer and manufactur of hydrogen stations for nearly a decade, Atawey says its latest technology is available to pre-order, with the first deliveries expected from April 2022.
The mobile station can supply several heavy goods vehicles, Atawey says, and could serve as temporary station for project holders awaiting a permanent station or as a back-up for a fixed station under maintenance.
It offers quick refuelling in 350 bar and 700 bar.
“The development of ecosystems is a major issue for hydrogen mobility today. This development requires rapid adoption and therefore easy access to hydrogen fuel,” said Jean-Michel Amaré, CEO of Atawey.
“Thanks to the Atawey mobile station, it is now possible to refuel a hydrogen vehicle anytime, anywhere.
“On top of facilitating access to hydrogen for vehicle testing, the Atawey mobile station paves the way for new uses such as construction sites and improves the availability of existing stations.”