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PitPoint to build public hydrogen refuelling station in Arnhem

Station will become third publicly accessible hydrogen refuelling station in the Netherlands.

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Together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the province of Gelderland and the municipality of Arnhem, clean fuels provider PitPoint will build and operate a public hydrogen refuelling station in Arnhem – the third one in the Netherlands.

The new station is set to open in June 2019. Alongside building this station, the project partners are also jointly investigating options for stimulating the use of hydrogen-powered vehicles.

The new hydrogen station will be built in the same location where PitPoint currently operates a CNG station. The station on the Westervoortsedijk will be suitable for filling passenger vehicles (700 bar) as well as buses and refuse collection vehicles (350 bar).

We strongly believe in hydrogen as a clean fuel, and are very pleased to be able to invest in a refuelling station in this region to help get more hydrogen-powered vehicles on the road,” said Oskar Voorsmit, Business Development Manager Hydrogen at PitPoint.

This new station is being realised under the banner of the H2Nodes project, financed at 50 % by the Connecting European Facility (CEF).

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