Number of European hydrogen refuelling stations set to grow as new law is adopted

The European Council has today (July 25) adopted legislation that will see hundreds of hydrogen refuelling stations deployed across the continent.

Adoption of the Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) will see the rule published in the EU’s official journal after the summer and will enter force 20 days after publications with the rules due to apply from six months after the date of entry.

AFIR dictates that hydrogen refuelling stations serving both light- and heavy-duty vehicles must be deployed in all urban nodes and every 200km along the core TransEuropean Transport Network (TEN-T) by 2030.

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