Phillips 66, H2 Energy eyes developing 250 hydrogen refuelling stations across Europe by 2026

Germany, Austria and Denmark will gain a boost to its hydrogen infrastructure with Phillips 66 and H2 Energy Europe partnering to establish 250 retail hydrogen refuelling stations by 2026.

In order to achieve this, the companies will establish a 50-50 joint venture and will boost the European hydrogen mobility sector and cater for the rising demand by establishing a vast amount of retail refuelling stations.

The European subsidiaries of Phillips 66 and H2 Energy will leverage their capabilities to develop a retail network, bringing together hydrogen supply, refuelling logistics and vehicle demand.

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