The H2 Mobility Group, comprised of Daimler, Shell, Air Liquide, Linde, OMV and Total, are going full steam ahead in building 100 hydrogen fueling stations within the next 4 years and a total of 400 H2 fueling stations by the year 2023.
According to the press release, “Daimler and five oil and industrial gas companies will invest about 350 million euros ($500 million) on a network of hydrogen filling stations for fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in Germany over the next 10 years, they said on Monday …
“…The group – dubbed ‘H2 Mobility’ – is aiming to have about 400 hydrogen filling stations in Germany by 2023, the first 100 of which will be working with the next four years. Germany has about 15 such stations now.
“Once the scheme is complete, every 90 km (56 miles) of German motorway will offer a hydrogen station, the group said.”
And of course this would mean there would then be more hydrogen fueling stations than traditional stations on the German autobahn. And this will be a sight for sore eyes. 🙂