Hydrogen Mobility Europe reaches key milestone

Almost 500 hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and 30 hydrogen refuelling stations have been deployed across Germany, France, Scandinavia, the UK and other European countries thanks to an EU flagship project.

The Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) initiative aims to support the commercialisation of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies in Europe.

As well as creating the world’s largest network of hydrogen stations, it is sharing best practice and standards between the 43 partners and helping develop attractive ownership models in use cases such as taxis, captive fleets, and in cities with strict environmental targets.

In total, the project will deploy 49 hydrogen stations and 1,400 hydrogen fuel cell cars and vans by 2022.

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