McPhy has received an order to supply a large capacity hydrogen refuelling station in the west of France.
It will provide two distribution pressures (350 and 700 bar) designed to refuel all forms of hydrogen mobility, including light vehicles, garbage trucks, buses or trucks. With a distribution capacity of 800 kg/day, this model responds to the growing demand of the zero-emission mobility market and the increasingly ambitious decarbonisation schemes emerging in the heart of the territories.
In a separate development, as reported by H2 Bulletin previously, HydrogenPro has sold the remaining ownership of the H2V’s Normandy project to Air Liquide. Consequently, HydrogenPro ongoing co-operation on the H2V’s Normandy project will cease, though the transaction has no impact on HydrogenPro’s work with H2V to mature the Dunkirk green hydrogen project. The companies continue to mature the project, and a public hearing is currently ongoing locally, with final public approval expected to be given during Q1 2022.
Marten Lunde, CEO of HydrogenPro, said, “Following the announcement of Air Liquide’s purchase of 40% of the Normandy project in February 2021, the deal announced was always a possible outcome. This is, of course, disappointing to us, but we continue our good co-operation with H2V on the Dunkirk project as well as other opportunities in France.”