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Hydrogen fuelling station order for Czech Republic

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Haskel Hydrogen Group, a business of the Precision and Science Technologies Segment at Ingersoll Rand Inc., and Bonett, the largest natural gas vendor in the Czech Republic and Poland, have announced an order for Geno hydrogen refuelling stations for deployment at Unipetrol public fuelling stations throughout the Czech Republic.

Haskel Hydrogen Systems supports global refuelling infrastructure for hydrogen mobility. With expected deployment of the first station in summer 2021, Haskel said that it is proud to collaborate with Bonett and Unipetrol to bring commercial hydrogen refuelling to the Czech Republic.

“We applaud Bonett and Unipetrol’s (part of PKN Orlen Group) leadership in bringing the first hydrogen stations to this region and offering consumers zero-emission choices,” stated Stephen Learney, General Manager of Haskel. “We’re proud the Geno range of hydrogen refuelling stations will provide green, safe and reliable vehicle refuelling to meet Unipetrol customer needs.”

The Geno range, part of Haskel’s suite of hydrogen mobility infrastructure solutions, offers hydrogen refuelling for large fleet operators. The stations are ideally designed for refuelling heavy duty and light duty passenger vehicles, as well as material handling. In addition to Geno, Haskel’s Nano Range offers solutions for small fleet operators.

In partnership with Haskel, Bonett will supply the first hydrogen stations not only in the country but also in the Central Eastern Europe (CEE) region. “The success in such a prestigious hydrogen tender is the highest achievement for us. We will follow up this project with other hydrogen activities and implementations,” added Václav Holovcák, member of the Board of Directors of the Bonett Group.

Haskel will deliver the Geno hydrogen refuelling stations and work alongside Bonett, who will manage the integration of the hydrogen fuelling stations at existing Unipetrol stations in Prague, Brno and Litvinov.

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