In Germany, the number of locations where hydrogen can be refueled must be expanded to 130 in the next two years. The new gas stations must also be larger so that more cars can go.
The German Ministry of Transport and H2 Mobility Deutschland have agreed this. Currently, most of the 76 stations in Germany can operate around 50 vehicles per day. The new stations, the first 30 of which will be built from the third quarter of next year, must be able to handle three times as many cars. By the end of 2021, 60,000 hydrogen cars must be able to refuel daily.
In the Netherlands you can get hydrogen at three locations. In time, the number of gas stations must triple. The available hydrogen cars in the Netherlands are the Hyundai Nexo and the Toyota Mirai.
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