Green refuelling forecourt to be developed in Warwickshire to support FCEVs

Plans for a green refuelling forecourt, comprised of hydrogen refuelling and electric vehicle (EV) charging, have been unveiled for MIRA Technology Park in Warwickshire, UK.

Octopus Hydrogen, Octopus Renewables and MIRA Technology Park today (Nov 16) confirmed plans for the forecourt as it looks to support a green mobility revolution.

Supporting the site will be a 7MW propose-built ground mounted solar array, also located at the park, to provide 300kg of green hydrogen daily to accelerate the adoption of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

It is believed that the 300kg of hydrogen will be capable of supporting 60 FCEVs each day.

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