As a UK-based manufacturer of pressurised gas-containment storage solutions, Chesterfield Special Cylinders has over 125 years of industry knowledge and expertise. This makes us very well positioned to play a key role in meeting the expanding requirements of the supply chain for hydrogen transportation and to support the rapid growth of hydrogen fuels in the energy and transportation sectors.
As we know, the UK government’s hydrogen strategy has updated its target and is now looking to achieve 10GW of hydrogen production by 2030, with a legally binding net zero target by 2050.
In conjunction, the European Union announced funding of €5.12bn to co-fund 135 transport infrastructure projects that will form part of the TEN-T. The European association, Hydrogen Europe, estimates that the number of HRS by 2030 will now be 1,500, which is far greater than the European Commission’s original proposal, where HRS would be installed every 150km in the TEN-T Core Network, leading to 200 hydrogen refuelling stations.
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