H2 Mobility, Shell and Air Liquide open hydrogen fuelling station in Düren

H2 Mobility Deutschland, Shell and Air Liquide have announced the opening of the Shell hydrogen fuelling station Im Grossen Tal 1 in Düren, Germany.

The H2 filling station is available for refuelling hydrogen buses and trucks at 350 bar, and cars at 700 bar, with hydrogen supplied from Air Liquide.

The station is conveniently located on the A4 motorway and closes the supply gap between Cologne and Aachen. The station complements the 19 hydrogen filling stations in North Rhine-Westphalia. Düren already operates three H2 vehicles in its fleet, and Rurtalbus operates five hydrogen buses.

Wolfgang Spelthahn, District Administrator, said, “This is another important building block in our hydrogen strategy.”

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