McPhy to deploy two hydrogen stations in France

McPhy will deploy two hydrogen stations with a capacity of 400kg of hydrogen per day each, connected to a 1MW electrolyser in Dijon Métropole, France.

To promote and develop its hydrogen infrastructure, Dijon Métropole has created, with Rougeot Energie, the project company Dijon Métropole Smart EnergHy (DMSE).

The first step of the deployment plan is to implement, in the north of Dijon, a McPhy hydrogen solution composed of two hydrogen stations, coupled with on-site hydrogen production.

Four distribution terminals for both heavy and light vehicles will be available to supply a fleet of hydrogen vehicles, which will initially be made up of 27 buses, nine garbage trucks and around 15 light vehicles.

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