More hydrogen station developments planned for Paris

Paris is set to better support its growing number of fuel cell electric vehicles, with plans for multiple new hydrogen station development today (March 21) being unveiled for the French capital.

Marking a major milestone for the city’s zero-emissions vehicle fleet, Nel Hydrogen Fuelling said it has received an order for several of its H2Station™ modules from HysetCo to support light-duty vehicles in the region.

A hydrogen mobility pioneer, HysetCo already owns what is believed to be the world’s largest fleet of hydrogen-powered taxis in the capital city, operated by Hype.

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