Construction underway on Netherlands hydrogen station

Construction of a new hydrogen station in Breda, the Netherlands is underway, TotalEnergies has confirmed.

Expected to be completed in November, the multi-fuel station will supply hydrogen at both 700 and 350 bar, as well as fossil fuels for conventional cars and fast charging for battery-electric vehicles.

TotalEnergies said it is working hard to expand a network of green refuelling stations for clean fuels such as hydrogen, LNG and electricity.

“The Netherlands has high ambitions in the field of sustainability. The right refueling and charging infrastructure will make the transition to cleaner and more sustainable transport easier,” Geert Houbrechts, Retail Director at TotalEnergies in the Netherlands, added.

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