Thirty-six new hydrogen stations are set to be developed across Europe by 2026 as part of a newly inked agreement between Gaussin and Hydrogen-Refueling-Solutions (HRS).
The duo on Thursday (Sep 30) said they want to develop the infrastructure to support the rollout of Gaussin’s hydrogen mobility solutions for on and off-road applications.
HRS will supply the stations as part of the deal and will also invest €7m in shares of Gaussin.
It is believed the first four 200/kg stations, to be manufactured in HRS’ Grenobloise metropolitan area, will be delivered in 2021/22.
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