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18 10 2017 01

BREMEN - Daimler, Shell and Linde have inaugurated the city’s first hydrogen filling station on the important route between Hamburg and North Rhine-Westphalia.

By creating this important hub, the partner companies have taken another step towards a nationwide H2 supply network. The new site at Osterholzer Heerstraße 222 is located directly on the Sebaldsbrück motorway exit and the Bremen interchange, and is also near the Mercedes-Benz plant in Bremen, one of Daimler’s largest car plants in the world.

Daimler developed the hydrogen station, which is integrated into a Shell service station. The innovative H2 filling station technology comes from the technology company Linde. The three companies are partners in the joint venture H2 Mobility, which is building a hydrogen infrastructure in Germany. The hydrogen station in Bremen is state-of-the-art and offer drivers an intuitive fuelling experience similar to that of conventional vehicles. The refuelling process takes three to five minutes to complete.

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