McPhy inaugurates Le Mans hydrogen station

McPhy inaugurates Le Mans hydrogen station

McPhy has inaugurated a new hydrogen station in Le Mans, France.

The hydrogen production and distribution equipment specialist installed and commissioned the McFilling 20-350 station in March 2020 as part of a project with Total and other partners.

The station enables a recharging solution to vehicles with a pressure of 350 bar, as well as a partial recharging solution (up to 60%) for vehicles requiring a recharging pressure of 700 bar.

This station will also be used to charge the first hydrogen bus tested by the metropolis of Le Mans.

Hydrogen ensures a significant reduction in pollution from the transport sector as this fuel does not emit polluting particles or CO2 into the atmosphere.

The fast recharging time and autonomy of hydrogen vehicles, similar to internal combustion engines, also ensure their professional use.


About the author
Related Posts
Please wait...