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Fri Feb 27, 2015, 07:26 AM

Germany is leading the way in hydrogen fuel infrastructure

The Parliamentary Secretary of State to the Federal Transport Minister, Katherina Reiche, refuels a fuel cell electric vehicle for the first time with Hydrogen made from renewable energy at Berlin Brandenburg Airport.

27 February 2015 HydrogenFuelNews.com

Government agency highlights Germany’s growing hydrogen infrastructure

Germany may soon have the world’s leading hydrogen fuel infrastructures according to Germany Trade and Invest, an economic development agency that is part of the country’s government. By the end of the year, the country aims to add an additional 50 hydrogen fuel stations to its existing infrastructure, which has been taking form over the past few years. The government agency believes that more than 400 hydrogen stations will be in operation by 2023.

Country continues to work on bolstering its infrastructure to prepare for the launch of fuel cell vehicles

Germany has shown strong support for clean transportation, particularly when it comes to hydrogen fuel cells. These energy systems have come to play a significant role in the auto industry, helping automakers develop a new generation of zero emissions vehicles. In order for these vehicles to find any degree of commercial success, however, a hydrogen infrastructure must be established. Over the past few years, the German government has been investing in the construction of new hydrogen fuel stations, working with automakers to do so.

Automakers show a great deal of interest in hydrogen fuel cells...

Germany is leading by example when it comes to building a hydrogen infrastructure

Germany is currently leading the way in hydrogen-powered transportation support in Europe. The country has served as an example to its neighbors, showing how a hydrogen infrastructure can be established in a relatively efficient and economic manner. Because of the country’s growing hydrogen infrastructure, it will likely become a very prominent market for automakers that plan to release fuel cell vehicles in the coming years...SNIP MORE

Jonas Blomberg
February 25, 2015 at 5:37 pm

I applaud the carefully planned energiewende. Hydrogen stations are part of it. Let us quickly become independent of Putin´s oil and gas!

Wasserstoff υδρογόνο hidrógeno водород hidrojen idrogeno hydrogène waterstof est #1!

A H2 station anywhere in 48 hours

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