Hydrogen fuel news for Germany

Hydrogen refueling station to support heavy duty transportation

Germany’s New Hydrogen Refueling Stations for Heavy-Duty Transport

Hydrogen Refueling Stations: Pioneering the Future of Heavy-Duty Transport

Germany is at the forefront of a sustainable revolution in heavy-duty transportation, with Air Products constructing two large-scale hydrogen refueling stations. These facilities are set to bolster the infrastructure needed for hydrogen-powered trucks, reducing carbon emissions and paving the way for a cleaner future.

Expanding Hydrogen Refueling Networks for Efficiency and Reliability

The expansion of hydrogen refueling stations is crucial for the widespread adoption of zero-emission vehicles. By enhancing the network of stations, Air Products aims to provide reliable and efficient refueling options, as detailed in their recent announcement. This initiative not only supports the environment but also offers a practical solution for long-haul transporters.

Hydrogen pipeline

Denmark and Germany to Forge Ahead with Pioneering Hydrogen Pipeline by 2027

In a landmark move for renewable energy, Denmark and Germany are set to strengthen their energy collaboration through the construction of a 140-kilometer hydrogen pipeline, marking a significant step towards a greener future in Europe. This ambitious project is not just a testament to the growing commitment towards alternative energy sources but also a pivotal …

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Hydrogen-powered Daimler Trucks

Liquid Hydrogen to Power Over the Road Trucks

Daimler Truck and Linde Engineering have introduced sLH2, a groundbreaking fuelling technology for hydrogen-powered Daimler trucks. This cutting-edge solution features a unique pump that converts hydrogen into subcooled liquid form, optimizing efficiency and streamlining the refuelling process. Designed to redefine industry standards, sLH2 offers extended travel ranges, quicker refuelling, and substantial reductions in cost and energy consumption.

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