Everfuel Opens First Hydrogen Bus Depot in Germany

Everfuel A/S has announced the opening of a brand new hydrogen refuelling station at the In-der-City-Bus (ICB) bus depot in Germany.

The depot station, which is owned by ICB, is set to service up to 23 zero-emission fuel cell buses daily, with Everfuel supplying the necessary hydrogen to ICB on a minimum three-year contract.

Supplying hydrogen to heavy-duty mobility applications is part of Everfuel’s strategy to develop large-scale production of green hydrogen in Denmark and supply customers across Europe

The opening of the new station brings Everfuel’s current hydrogen supply service to two dedicated bus depots, with a station in Wuppertal set to be added to its portfolio in the near future.

Lars Jakobsen, Sales Director of Everfuel, says:

“We are pleased to celebrate the inauguration of ICB’s refuelling station. The opening is an important step in Everfuel’s ambition to make hydrogen available for heavy-duty mobility fleets starting in Germany.

“ICB is at the forefront, pioneering the transition. I would like to extend my gratitude to ICB, which has been a treasured partner in development of the refuelling station, and I look forward to the continued cooperation.”

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