New hydrogen station promises rapid refuelling

A new compact hydrogen refuelling station is promising rapid fuelling times of only three minutes, making it very competitive with other zero emission options such as electric.

The station was yesterday (10th March) unveiled by US-based Galileo Technologies, following thirty years of research and development.

Called H-Patagonia™, the module offers hydrogen compression, storage and fuelling for light vehicles, bus fleets, trucks, boats and other fuel cell propelled vehicles.

Galileo Technologies has said the station is equipped with two dispensing nozzles for hydrogen compressed at 35 and 70 megapascals (MPa).

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