Germany’s hydrogen station network is set to grow yet again, with Linde Engineering today (8th April) confirming that it will design and construct a new station and electrolysis plant in Herten.
Linde will carry out the development for AGR, which has been operating a waste-to-energy thermal plant in the town since 1982. Under the agreement, the industrial gas company will delivery proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysers, compressors, storage tanks and high-performance fuelling stations.
Each of the electrolysers delivered will have an annual capacity of approximately 440,000kg of hydrogen. Electricity required for the production of green hydrogen will come from AGR’s energy efficiency measures, while securing the feed of green electricity and environmentally friendly heat into the public grids.
Once fully operational, the station will be able to fill vehicles at both 350 bar and 700 bar. Such offerings will primarily be used to supply both public and private transportation vehicles, with a main focus on waste trucks serving surrounding communities and AGR’s own fleet.
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