H2 Mobility to increase hydrogen refuelling network
In Germany, the government-funded hydrogen filling station operator H2 Mobility has received an investment of 110 million euros to enable its next phase of growth. The primary investor is the French finance company Hy24. The expansion goals are accompanied by a focus on hydrogen-powered commercial vehicles of all sizes.
Daimler Trucks and Total join forces on H2 infrastructure
Truck manufacturer Daimler Truck and the energy group Total have signed an agreement to work together on the development of a hydrogen infrastructure for heavy trucks in the European Union. The two corporations will initial focus on Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg and France.
Hy24 founded for H2 infrastructure investment
Ardian and FiveT Hydrogen have announced the beginning of Hy24, “the world’s largest investment platform focused exclusively on clean hydrogen infrastructure”. Hy24’s first fund is expected to have a volume of 1.5 billion euros.
TotalEnergies builds 2,200 more points in Amsterdam
Energy company Total, which very recently renamed itself TotalEnergies, has received a new concession from the city of Amsterdam to expand its public charging network. Under this new concession, TotalEnergies will add 1,100 new charging stations, or 2,200 new charging points, to Amsterdam’s current network.