Construction begins on Antwerp’s first hydrogen station

Construction of Antwerp’s first hydrogen station began today (15th Oct).

Expected to be completed in March 2021, CMB.Tech, the research and technology arm of Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB), said it will be the first hydrogen station in the world that produces and is capable of supplying green hydrogen to cars, buses, trucks and ships.

CMB is strongly committed to hydrogen with the launch of hydrogen-powered passenger vessel Hydroville that has up until now been supplied with hydrogen from a tube trailer.

To be able to supply larger ships with hydrogen, a refuelling station is a necessity.

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