As part of the National Innovation Program for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology, Germany’s federal government and industrial sector are going to build a hydrogen network of filling stations for fuel cell cars which will cost more than 40 million Euros. The final date of readiness will be in 2014, when hydrogen cars are expected to be widely available.
The Honda and Mercedes-Benz fuel cell cars is available for leasing in Germany and California. These cars handle like traditional gas-powered vehicles, with good torque for acceleration. And they have advantage of a hybrid or electric car in silence.
The hydrogen filling stations will be installed on the roads connecting German cities. This network will remove the fear of running
This agreement lays the foundation for a demand-driven supply of hydrogen as fuel for transport in Germany. By building the nation-wide network, Germany’s government and industry are jump-starting the progress of zero-emissions mobility using hydrogen.
TOTAL company as the active member of the agreement has done hydrogen mobility research for 10 years. Now company owns five hydrogen filling stations in Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. In this year TOTAL has partnered with the Brandenburg-based wind power company Enertrag to promote green hydrogen as ecology-friendly fuel.
This plan moves Germany in the list of the world’s most advanced and active countries which
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