H2ME will demonstrate the breadth and depth of the commitment to hydrogen-fuelled road transport as a pan-European solution to the need to have viable, competitive, alternatives to fossil fuels. It is one of the most ambitious coordinated hydrogen deployment projects attempted in Europe to date and will produce recommendations and identify any gaps that may prevent full commercialisation, as well as collating results to support future investments.
- Deploy and operate 49 new HRS and 1400 FCEVs and monitor their performance in real-world use.
- Understand customer attitudes to the developing networks in each country.
- Create a pan-European network which will be the world’s largest single deployment of HRS.
H2ME will significantly expand the European hydrogen vehicles fleet and in so doing, will confirm the technical and commercial readiness of vehicles, fuelling stations and hydrogen production techniques.
Completion of the first phase of Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME)
- Hydrogen refuelling now available in Meerane, Germany
- Digital roundtable on hydrogen mobility
Hydrogen now on tap in Dortmund
First Hydrogen Refuelling Station in Lower Bavaria Administrative District Opens in Passau
Hydrogen for Clean Transport: H2ME Mid-Term Conference
December 2017 – November 2018:
New Hydrogen Reufelling Stations opened in:- Hovik – Norway, Beaconsfield – UK, Rungis – France, Berlin – Germany, Vesturlandsvegur & Fitjar – Iceland, Swindon – UK, Leverkusen – Germany, Hannover-Laatzen – Germany
Hydrogen Clean Transport Conference in partnership with HyFive
H2ME deploys its first 100 zero-emission vehicles across Europe
First H2ME2 HRS ready to use in Mariestad, Sweden
The H2ME initiative welcomes the launch of a second pan-European deployment of hydrogen refuelling infrastructure, and passenger and commercial fuel cell electric vehicles
First Kangoo ZE-H2 vehicle delivered to Braley in France under H2ME
H2 Logic Delivers the 1st Hydrogen Refuelling Station for H2ME
The most ambitious hydrogen mobility initiatives in Europe have joined forces to support the introduction of hydrogen-fuelled transport