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Tank & Rast and H2 MOBILITY sign associate partnership

Press Release Tank & Rast | H2 MOBILITY Deutschland

 

Tank & Rast has joined the world’s largest hydrogen filling station operator, H2 MOBILITY Deutschland, as an associated partner. In Germany, H2 MOBILITY currently operates 88 of 91 H2 filling stations in seven metropolitan areas (Hamburg, Berlin, Rhine-Ruhr, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Munich) as well as along connecting trunk roads and motorways, with 15 more stations currently under construction. To accompany the ramp-up of commercial hydrogen-powered vehicles, H2 MOBILITY is also expanding its offer for other pressure levels and refuelling quantities.

This is an exciting and promising field for Tank & Rast, as the expected increase in [the dynamics of] hydrogen-based heavy goods traffic will also lead to an increased demand for corresponding infrastructure along the motorway. For Tank & Rast, the partnership is therefore a logical step on the way to the service station of the future. The focus is on the strategic further development of the locations and their provision of relevant drive energies in the future. The option of offering hydrogen for use in fuel-cell commercial vehicles could usefully supplement the already existing infrastructure of fast chargers for battery electric vehicles..

“Our collaboration with H2 MOBILITY is the next step on the road to climate-friendly mobility,” explains Peter Markus Löw, CEO of the Tank & Rast Group. “By joining H2 MOBILITY, Tank & Rast is underscoring its commitment to sustainable mobility on German motorways. Hydrogen will become increasingly important, especially in heavy goods transport, and we want to be part of the project to establish an efficient, nationwide hydrogen infrastructure for fuel-cell trucks.”

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