Hydrogen for transport: 8 m km traveled with H2ME
The European project encompassing 500 vehicles 30 refueling stations
On Thursday, the European project Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) announced to have accomplished the key goal: around 500 electric vehicles fueled with hydrogen fuel cells supported by 30 hydrogen refueling stations, had traveled over 8 million km since the project started in 2015, whereby more than 5 million km refer to 2018.
The aim of the tests run under H2ME, which took place in Germany, France, Scandinavia, the United Kingdom and other European countries, was to support the marketing of hydrogen fuel cells technologies in Europe, by creating the most extensive global network for this energy carrier as well as sharing the best practices and standards with 43 partners, a message underlines.
From now until 2022, the project will bring onto the market 49 hydrogen refueling stations and 1,400 vehicles fueled with hydrogen fuel cells.
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09 August 2019 - 15:03 CEST