Germany opens 83rd hydrogen station

Germany’s 83rd hydrogen station was officially opened yesterday in Rastatt, Baden-Württemberg, as the country moves closer to its goal of 100 stations.

With a capacity of around 200kg of hydrogen – enough to refuel 40 to 50 vehicles a day, the station was built by joint venture H2 Mobility together with its partners Total and Linde.

Equipped with Linde’s highly efficient ionic compressor technology, the station offers a second refuelling possibility for hydrogen vehicles in the Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden area.

“Hydrogen plays an important role in the transformation of the mobility sector. High range, short refuelling time and zero local emissions are the decisive criteria,” Nikolas Iwan, Managing Director of H2 Mobility Deutschland, said.

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