Germany’s 82nd hydrogen station opens

H2 Mobility Deutschland yesterday opened its latest hydrogen station in Heidelberg, bringing the total number of stations in Germany to 82.

Opened with partners Air Liquide and OMV, and located at Speyerer Strasse 20, H2 Mobility said this is Heidelberg’s first hydrogen station.

“The opening of the hydrogen filling station in Heidelberg is an important step on our way to becoming a climate-neutral city,” Professor Dr. Eckart Würzner, Mayor of the City of Heidelberg, said.

“Fuel cells are the technology of the future. They enable emissions-free heavy goods transport, bus and long-distance traffic in the region and help ensure clean air in our cities.”

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