Six industrial companies in Germany have formed a cross-sector joint venture, H2 Mobility Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG, to support the expansion of hydrogen filling stations in Germany.
The company, formed by Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell and Total, plans to bring the total number of hydrogen stations in Germany to 400 by 2023. The process is already under way with plans to roll out 100 stations over the next few years. Senior representatives met yesterday with the Federal Minister of Transport, Alexander Dobrindt, to discuss their plans. The company is part of Hydrogen Mobility Europe and has close contact with the Clean Energy Partnership . In total, investments of around 400 million euros ($450 million) are planned in total.