These projects require dependable and robust compressors, as they represent a new generation of stations with the capacity to refuel dozens of trucks per day. Each station will deliver hydrogen at 35 and 70 MPa and will service both light and heavy-duty vehicles.
“We see this partnership as the start of an ambitious, long-term collaboration” said Ulf Hafseld, CEO of Hynion. “Good dialogue, good products and good service are important to us. The stations must deliver around the clock, and reliable compressors are indeed critical in this respect”.
PDC's CEO, Kareem Afzal, and MD for the European region, Richard Kennett, added that the advanced hydrogen compression technology, coupled with Hynion’s experience in compressed gases and dispensing, will help to establish a reliable and cost-effective hydrogen refueling solution to scale.
Two powerful compressors will be provided for each station, enabling continuous delivery of hydrogen fuel for trucks and fuel cell vehicles in transit. The aim is for stations to be operational by the final quarter of 2023.
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