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H2 Mobility Deutschland and Hy2B Wasserstoff seal green hydrogen supply deal
H2 Mobility Deutschland and Hy2B Wasserstoff seal green hydrogen supply deal

H2 Mobility Deutschland and Hy2B Wasserstoff seal green hydrogen supply deal

H2 Mobility Deutschland plans to purchase green hydrogen from Hy2B Wasserstoff from 2024, with the Pfeffenhausen hydrogen production plant targeting operations from the second half of 2023.

The two companies have announced their intention to supply green hydrogen from Lower Bavaria in the run-up to the ceremony for the megawatt electrolysis project on the site of the future hydrogen centre in Pfeffenhausen. Green hydrogen is to be supplied to H2 Mobility hydrogen stations, especially in Bavaria.Demand for hydrogen at German filling stations is increasing, and in the last year alone, the amount of H2 refuelled in Germany has doubled.

The commercial vehicle sector in particular is growing significantly. However, in order for hydrogen to contribute to complete decarbonisation, it must be produced electrolytically from renewable energies. However, green H2 is still in short supply in Germany.

Nikolas Iwan, Managing Director of H2 Mobility Deutschland, said, “Hydrogen mobility can make a decisive contribution to the implementation of regional electrolysis projects and the rapid expansion of electrolysis capacities in Germany, which will also benefit other customers.”Hy2B’s hydrogen production plant in Pfeffenhausen is part of the HyPerformer model region HyBayern funded by the Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV).

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