Germany Getting 50 Hydrogen Filling Stations

While most countries are struggling to get an EV charging network up and running, the Germans are taking a different approach. The Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, as well as several industrial companies have signed an agreement to build at least 50 public hydrogen filling stations, an investment worth around €40- ($50.8-) million.
HH2 Station 1 photo
Photo: HH2
The network should be up and running soon, as 5,000 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are already operating in the country, and their number is expected to grow - the current 15 stations are OK now, but will be overused as the number of cars grows.

The plan is to add as many stations as possible within the metropolitan areas, as well as the creation of ‘corridors’ between the major cities, allowing hybrid fuel-cell vehicle drivers to drive from city to city without a hitch.

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