Hydrogen refueling


Hydrogen refueling

On the road to a more sustainable future, we developed ideas on how the hydrogen mobility economy should evolve. Two types of refueling stations are part of this idea: fleet owner refueling stations and public refueling stations. The fleet owner refueling station is a transition model. The station is a cost-efficient design, specially designed for fleet owners, to place on their lot. The public refueling station is constructed for strategically big cities. Once a fleet owner station is well attended, it is replaced by a public refueling station. The existing fleet owner station transfers to another lot. In this way, the network of hydrogen filling stations is continuously expanded.




Public refueling stations


Public refueling stations
By public hydrogen refueling station, we mean a refueling station that is 24/7 accessible for consumers with hydrogen vehicles. The station adapts to the future hydrogen mobility demand and opts for a refueling experience that is comparable with filling petrol or diesel. At these public stations, it is either possible to refuel at 350 bar (H35) or 700 bar (H70).

FSS - Public refueling station

Fleet owner refueling stations


Fleet owner refueling stations
Hydrogen refueling fleet owner stations are specially designed for fleet owners to place on their lot. The stations are relatively small and do not take up much floor space. As it is a more cost-efficient solution to refueling hydrogen vehicles than the public station, you sacrifice a bit of refueling speed. These stations function as transition models. Once a fleet owner station is well visited, it is replaced by a public station. The remaining fleet owner refueling station can then be used to expand the mobility economy further. This is done by transferring it to another lot.

FOS - Fleet owner refueling station