H2 MOBILITY Air Liquide, Linde, OMV, Shell, TOTAL and Daimler – the companies behind H2 MOBILITY are sharing their skills to advance the hydrogen infrastructure. Their target for 2018: 100 service stations.
Groundbreakers: The Mercedes-Benz B-Klasse F-CELL, the Toyota Mirai and Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell were the first hydrogen-powered vehicles to be mass produced. But now other carmakers are following suit. Daimler and Volkswagen, for example, are planning to launch their own version of the hydrogen car in the near future. And for all those hydrogen pioneers out there, H2 MOBILITY Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG is building a nationwide refuelling infrastructure.
Up to ten service stations are set to meet demand in the metropolitan areas of Hamburg, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Munich, Rhine-Ruhr and Stuttgart. On top of this, numerous pumps will be installed along the motorways and major trunk roads. We are planning to have more than 400 service stations in operation by the end of 2023.
We're making it happen: we’re putting hydrogen in your tank – and a smile on your face.