First Large-scale, Public Liquid Hydrogen Refueling
Station for Trucks in Europe
Air Products has signed an agreement with Aers Energy België to develop a multi-fuel, hydrogen refueling station for trucks. It will be located on a concession in the port of Zeebrugge, which Aers Energy België has been awarded.
The new station will be the first commercial-scale hydrogen refueling station in Europe with liquid hydrogen storage. It will be built and operated by Air Products in addition to other liquid hydrogen refueling stations the company is developing throughout Europe. The project itself, is part of a wider strategy to support Belgium and Europe's sustainable development and ambition towards CO2-free heavy-duty road transport.
Air Products Opens New Project Delivery Office in
The Hague to Support the Energy Transition
Air Products officially opened its new Project Delivery Office in The Hague in the presence of Deputy Head of the U.S. Mission in the Netherlands Aleisha Woodward and the Hague Deputy Mayor and alderman for Finance, Culture and the Economy Saskia Bruines. Located at Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg, the new office will serve as a key contributor to the company's engineering, procurement and construction work throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa. As a first mover involved in several projects helping to drive the energy transition, Air Products will develop and execute various engineering and construction projects in the Netherlands and in the rest of Europe from the new office. The Hague location is strategic, as the Netherlands, and in particular the province of South Holland, is an important region for Air Products and a gateway to other European regions.
Air Products Supports ABP’s First Hydrogen Terminal
Associated British Ports (ABP) is the first UK port operator to trial a hydrogen fuelled tractor at its container terminal at the Port of Immingham alongside a mobile hydrogen filling station provided by Air Products.
This joint pilot project, which received funding from ORE Catapult through Innovate UK’s Hydrogen Innovation Initiative, is a key activity in the bid to decarbonise port operations, and an important step in the creation, delivery, and use of hydrogen at the Port of Immingham.
Air Products and Mabanaft Plan to Build Large-Scale
Green Energy Import Terminal in Hamburg
Air Products and Mabanaft, through its subsidiary Oiltanking Deutschland, announced their intention to build Germany's first large-scale green energy import terminal in the Port of Hamburg. This joint development agreement is an important step towards the development of a green ammonia import and distribution infrastructure in the Port of Hamburg. The project was announced at a ceremony in Hamburg, which was supported by German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action Robert Habeck and First Mayor of Hamburg Dr. Peter Tschentscher. Targeted to provide hydrogen to Germany in 2026, the planned import terminal is to be located at Mabanaft’s existing tank terminal in the Port. This location offers strategic access to green ammonia from large-scale green hydrogen production facilities operated by Air Products and its partners around the world. The intention is to convert the ammonia to green hydrogen via Air Products’ facilities in Hamburg, before distributing it to buyers locally and across northern Germany. This plan responds to the accelerating demand for clean energy to meet climate objectives and the need to diversify energy sources.
Carburos Metálicos Completes a Six-Month Hydrogen
Bus Refueling Demonstration in Cantabria
This initiative, promoted by the Department of Innovation, Industry, Transport and Trade of the Cantabrian Government, aimed to demonstrate the operation and reliability of this technology in real world conditions.
Carburos Metálicos provided a portable hydrogen refuelling station for the duration of the test and supplied Alsa, the company that operates the bus line, with renewable hydrogen. The vehicle used in the demonstration was a H2.City Gold unit, manufactured by CaetanoBus, the largest Portuguese bus manufacturer. In addition to the urban routes in Torrelavega, coinciding with the summer period, the bus provided service in the Cabárceno Nature Park in order to offer a zero-emission mobility alternative inside this natural space.
Air Products to Start Construction of Second Liquid
Hydrogen Plant in Rotterdam
This new hydrogen source is in addition to the company’s existing liquid hydrogen plant in Botlek, the Netherlands. Once operational in 2025, the plant will double Europe’s total current liquid hydrogen capacity.
Liquid hydrogen produced at the plant will be used to supply increased demands from high tech industries as well as the mobility market. It will contribute to the decarbonisation of heavy-duty vehicles on Europe’s path to climate neutrality by 2050.
Air Products is committed to contribute to the role of hydrogen in the energy transition. This project is an important milestone and a great addition to Air Products’ hydrogen capabilities in Europe.
Air Products Provides Hydrogen and Refuelling Infra-
structure to Zero-carbon Tourist Transit Network in UK
Air Products is providing hydrogen and refuelling infrastructure for the trial of a pioneering new zero-carbon transport network in the Peak District National Park. Delivered in partnership with stakeholders in the Peak District National Park and Chesterfield, the trial will test the suitability of both FCEV and EV vehicles for use in the area. The trial route connects eight key locations and attractions including Chesterfield Train Station, Chatsworth, and the Gateway development, which will act as a hub for ‘PEAK Express’ when it is due to open in 2025.
Carburos Metálicos’ 'Hydrogen Route' Refuels a New
Hydrogen City Bus Demonstration in Malaga
Carburos Metálicos participated in a week-long demonstration with a hydrogen bus in the city of Malaga. This demonstration is part of the Malaga City Council's Special Plan for Sustainable Urban Mobility until 2035, which is based on principles such as sustainability, and operational and energy efficiency.
Carburos Metálicos provided a portable hydrogen refuelling station, located at the facilities of Empresa Malagueña de Transportes, as well as the renewable hydrogen used in this real use demonstration. The renewable hydrogen supplied by Carburos Metálicos for this pilot demonstration comes from a production plant associated with a Guarantees of Origin (GoO) programme that certifies the renewable origin of the electricity used to obtain this hydrogen.
Air Products and Associated British Ports Partner on
Renewable Hydrogen Production
Air Products and Associated British Ports announced their intention to partner in bringing the first large-scale green hydrogen production facility to the UK. The facility would import green ammonia from production locations operated by Air Products and its partners around the world. This would be used to produce green hydrogen, which would decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors such as transport and industry.
Air Products and VPI Sign Joint Development Agreement for
Large-scale, Low-carbon Hydrogen Production in Humber
Air Products, the world’s largest hydrogen producer, and power generator VPI are pleased to announce the signing of a joint development agreement to drive forward the “Humber Hydrogen Hub” or “H3”, which seeks to develop a flagship 800MW low-carbon hydrogen production facility in Immingham, UK.
Air Products and Gunvor to Cooperate on Green Hydrogen
Import Terminal in Rotterdam
Air Products and Gunvor Petroleum Rotterdam, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gunvor Group (Gunvor), have signed a joint development agreement for an import terminal in Rotterdam. The agreement responds to the accelerating demand for green energy sources to meet climate objectives and the need to diversify energy sources. The import terminal is expected to provide green hydrogen to the Netherlands in 2026.
Air Products Supplies Hydrogen for the First Hydrogen
Train in the Czech Republic
The first hydrogen-powered train has been launched in the Czech Republic & Slovakia following a partnership between Air Products and Alstom. This zero-emission, low-noise train will speed up the development of the European hydrogen economy.
Air Products to Supply First Rotterdam Green Hydrogen
Filling Station for Trucks in 2023
Air Prods, Schenk Tanktransport (haulier) and TNO (a Dutch research institute) are collaborating to develop hydrogen trucks and a public hydrogen refuelling station. This project is in cooperation with the Port of Rotterdam to realize the largest hydrogen refuelling station in The Netherlands, initially supplying three zero-emission trucks from Air Products, Schenk and other early hydrogen adopters in the Rotterdam port area.
Air Products and Stadtwerke Hürth Sign Agreement on
the Construction of a New Hydrogen Filling Station
Air Products and Stadtwerke Hürth have signed an agreement to build and operate a new hydrogen refuelling station. The filling station will be located at a retail park in the city of Hürth. In addition to the buses and garbage trucks of Stadtwerke Hürth, it will also offer third parties the opportunity to refuel their vehicles with hydrogen. The refuelling station will be designed to allow refuelling at pressures between 350 and 700 bar. Air Products will not only build the facility, but will also be responsible for its complete operation, including the supply of hydrogen.
Air Products Supplies Gas and Mobile Service Station
for First Hydrogen Truck Demonstration in France
Air Products, the world leader in the production and distribution of hydrogen, took part in the hydrogen truck demonstration days organized by the Occitanie region on the Albi motor racing circuit. The company provided the mobile hydrogen station to refuel the heavy vehicles made available to interested companies and trained them in its use.
Carburos Metálicos Joins the H2PORTS Hydrogen
Carburos Metálicos, a leading company in the industrial and medical gases sector in Spain that is part of the Air Products Group, has recently joined the consortium of the H2PORTS project, an initiative coordinated by Fundación Valenciaport in close collaboration with the Port Authority of Valencia, and financed by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. Through the collaboration, the Port of Valencia will pilot the use of a reach stacker and a 4x4 ro-ro terminal tractor, both hydrogen-fuelled, in real-world operating conditions. The vehicles will be fuelled through a mobile hydrogen refuelling station (HRS).
Carburos Metálicos' 'Hydrogen Route' Reaches Its
Eighth Stop in Toledo for Refuelling a City Bus
Carburos Metálicos, a leading company in the industrial and medical gases sector in Spain that is part of the Air Products Group, has successfully completed its participation in a week-long demonstration run and refuelling of a hydrogen (H2) bus in the city of Toledo. The city council has announced its intention to integrate this zero-emission technology into its intercity public transport network in the future in order to move towards its widespread implementation.
Carburos Metálicos Participates in A Coruña in the First
Hydrogen Cell Bus Demonstration in Galicia
Carburos Metálicos, a leading company in the industrial and medical gas sector in Spain that is part of the Air Products Group, has successfully completed its participation in the operation and refuelling demonstration of the first hydrogen bus in Galicia. The Galician government has expressed its intentions to integrate this zero-emission unit into its intercity public transport network in order to move towards the extensive implementation of this technology. Carburos Metálicos has provided a portable hydrogen refuelling station, temporarily located at the Alsa facilities in Culleredo, as well as the renewable hydrogen used in this real-use demonstration. The vehicle, manufactured by CaetanoBus, has travelled approximately 200 kilometers a day on the route between A Coruña airport and the city center.
Go-Ahead Selects Air Products as Partner for
Pioneering Hydrogen Bus Fleet
The Go-Ahead Group has agreed a 15-year hydrogen supply deal with Air Products to power a fleet of fuel cell buses for deployment in the Gatwick Airport, Crawley and Horley area. It is the intention that the hydrogen to power the buses will meet, or exceed, UK government standards on sustainable fuel for public transport. Hydrogen will be stored at the Metrobus Crawley depot in liquid form, before being converted to gas held in tanks on the roof of vehicles.