H2 Mobility Deutschland receives €70m investment from the ‘world’s largest’ hydrogen fund

Germany’s hydrogen refuelling infrastructure has received a substantial boost today (March 29) with Hy24 set to provide €70m ($77m) in funding to support H2 Mobility Deutschland.

The €70m ($77m) investment will also be supported by an additional €40m ($44m) from existing shareholders including the likes of Air Liquide, Daimler Truck, Linde, Shell, and many more.

Hy24’s funding for the project also comes from its Clean H2 Infra Fund arm which the company says is, to date, the “world’s largest” hydrogen fund.

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