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The latest update for Germany

In 2018 we will deliver a new station every two weeks on average. All in all, 100 hydrogen filling stations will be built by 2019.

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Opening dates

Hannover (Linde)

Mai 2018

Industrieweg 30
30179 Hannover

München - Verdistraße (Shell)

Mai 2018

Verdistraße 96
81673 München

Bremen - Dreieck Stuhr (Shell)

Q2 2018

Moordeicher Landstr.
84-86 28816 Stuhr-Großmackenstedt

Hannover (Linde)

Mai 2018

Industrieweg 30
30179 Hannover

München - Verdistraße (Shell)

Mai 2018

Verdistraße 96
81673 München

Bremen - Dreieck Stuhr (Shell)

Q2 2018

Moordeicher Landstr.
84-86 28816 Stuhr-Großmackenstedt

FAQs
Everything you need to know about hydrogen, in brief

If you have any other questions about refuelling, please write to us at kontakt@h2.live

01
How can I get a refuelling card?

Before you can refuel at a hydrogen station in Germany, you will need a refuelling card. The card is both your authentication and the basis for your monthly bills. You can apply for your card here. To make things easier at the start, we will give you a personal introductory training session at the hydrogen refuelling station of your choice.

02
What happens when I refuel?

Your vehicle and the pump communicate with one another via an infrared communicator device. Once the refuelling hose is in place, the system automatically ascertains how much hydrogen is still in the tank. After a short pause, the actual refuelling process begins. Don’t worry. You will hear a hiss as the gaseous hydrogen is pressed into the tank and you will see the tension in the hose. At Linde pumps a manometer on the side allows you to monitor the rising pressure. To reduce temperature rises during pressurised refuelling, the hydrogen is pre-cooled to a temperature of between -33 and -40°C.

03
Why is it so important to place the nozzle correctly after refueling?

The pump can only begin to prepare for the next vehicle and build up the necessary initial pressure once the refuelling is properly ended. You must replace the refuelling hose properly.

04
Is there a hotline I can call if I have problems?

That depends on the operator. We offer a 24/7 hotline for all H2 MOBILITY stations: +49 800 400 20 23

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I can't get my tank to fill completely - what can I do?

End the refuelling process correctly by replacing the hose nozzle properly, and start again (including registration via your refuelling card). If you encounter the same problem again, contact the operator.

06
Why does ice form on the nozzle?

If you have ever pumped up bicycle tyres you will know that they get warm as the pressure rises. Hydrogen refuelling is conducted at a pressure of 700 bar! That is why the hydrogen is pre-cooled to a temperature of between -33°C and -40°C. If the humidity is high, ice can form at the nozzle – no grounds for concern!