H2 Logic, a subsidiary of NEL ASA, has been awarded a contract for one hydrogen fueling station for H2 Mobility Germany. Read the full press release below:
OSLO, Norway–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Regulatory News:
H2 Logic A/S (H2 Logic), a subsidiary of NEL ASA (NEL), has been awarded a contract for one H2Station fueling station for H2 MOBILITY Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG with an option for multiple repeat-orders. The station will be one among the first in a planned staged expansion onwards 2023 of up to 400 stations in Germany and a total investment of around € 400 million
“We look forward to provide our H2Station fueling solution to H2 Mobility. This provides H2 Logic a strong showcase and presence in Europe’s key market for hydrogen fueling. It also shows that our H2Station technology and track-record is appreciated by our customers”, says Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of H2 Logic.
H2 Mobility is a joint venture among six major industrial companies: Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell and Total. The action plan for H2 Mobility envisages a Germany-wide network of 400 hydrogen fueling stations by 2023, which would make Germany the first country to offer an inter-regional network where fuel cell vehicles (FCEVs) can fill up with hydrogen.
The H2Station® to be supplied by H2 Logic will be part of stage one of the action plan, which envisages the accelerated set-up of 100 stations over the next few years. The H2Station® will be installed in a city in the Northern part of Germany during 2016. H2 Logic is to provide a turn-key solution and is expected to manage the entire permitting, civil works and installation process. The station will be one among the first in a planned staged expansion towards 2023 of up to 400 stations in Germany and a total investment of around € 400 million.
H2 Logic will build on years of experience in installing and servicing H2Station® in seven European countries, including Germany, and a long track-record of reliable operation and high performance. In 2014 H2 Logic was the first in Germany to achieve approval for fueling according to SAE-J2601-2014 standard, by the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) after extensive third-party acceptance and verification tests.