Germany plans to build 35 hydrogen fuel stations

Publish date: March 11, 2005

The Munich chemical-energetic corporation “Linde” plans to build a net of 35 hydrogen fuel stations.

1800-kilometers long ring of hydrogen stations will pass through main road, connecting such main industrial centers like Leipzig, Berlin, Hanover, Cologne, Stuttgart and Munich. Each of the 35 stations will supply liquid and gas hydrogen. The total amount of investment is estimated as 30 million euros, “Vash vybor-Samara” reports.

In the perspective Linde plans to build hydrogen stations in other European countries. Linde is the biggest hydrogen producer in Germany, Its annual profit from hydrogen sale is 450 million euros.