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H2 Logic to supply hydrogen fuel station

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

H2 Logic A/S (H2 Logic), a subsidiary of NEL ASA (NEL), has been awarded a contract for a H2Station for H2 MOBILITY Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG (H2 Mobility) with an option for multiple repeat orders. The station will be among one of the first in a planned expansion of up to 400 stations in Germany and a total investment of around €400 million.

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 wide network of 400 hydrogen fuelling stations across Germany by 2023, which would make it the first country to offer an inter-regional network where fuel cell vehicles (FCEVs) can fill up with hydrogen.

“We look forward to provide our H2Station fuelling solution to H2 Mobility. This provides H2 Logic a strong showcase and presence in Europe’s key market for hydrogen fuelling. It also shows that our H2Station technology and track record is appreciated by our customers”, said Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of H2 Logic.

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.

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 fuelling according to SAE-J2601-2014 standard, by the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) after extensive third party acceptance and verification tests.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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