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Plans for Czech Republic’s first three hydrogen stations progress

Plans for Czech Republic’s first three hydrogen stations progress

Plans for three new hydrogen refuelling stations to be located throughout the Czech Republic have taken a step forward.

Chesterfield Special Cylinders (CSC) today (9th Feb) unveiled that it has secured a contract with Haskel Hydrogen Group as part of the new developments.

Under the contract, CSC will supply its high-pressure Type 1 steel vessels for integration into Haskel’s new refuelling station design, the Haskel Geno HRS, that will be installed at existing Unipetrol sites in the Czech Republic.

The station contract will be rolled out by Unipetrol Group and Bonett Group, with Bonett managing the integration. Haskel will deliver the hydrogen refuelling stations and work alongside Bonett.

Station developments will be delivered throughout Summer 2021.

Commenting on the news, Darran Heath, General Manager at Haskel Global Hydrogen Systems Group said, “We recognise the strong support Chesterfield Special Cylinders has given us over the past two years and are delighted to confirm this additional order that further cements our relationship.”

“Hydrogen refuelling stations are central to our success and capable suppliers like CSC, with a shared vision on how to unlock the hydrogen opportunities, are the key to reliable and innovative supply now and in future.  We look forward to achieving more success together.”

Jake Martin, Head of Business Development at Chesterfield Special Cylinders said, added, “Having worked with Haskel from the start of their hydrogen journey, it is a continuing pleasure to be supplying them now and in the future with high pressure vessels for their refuelling stations globally.”

“I am looking forward to continuing the partnership in the near future, supplying products that innovate and bolster their robust solution to market.”


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