According to LBST statistics, there are 815 hydrogen filling stations worldwide.

More hydrogen filling stations worldwide

Munich - In 2022, 130 new hydrogen filling stations will have gone into operation worldwide. This is almost four times as many as last year, according to figures from the consultancy Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik (LBST)...
  • Munich/Krefeld - The software-as-a-service provider Coneva and the energy supplier Voltego are offering a variable electricity tariff for charging park operators and commercial customers. The prerequisite for the spot market tariff is that loads can be shifted, explained Felix Jedamzik, key account manager at Coneva, in an interview with energate...
  • Hanover - The construction of a 10 MW electrolyser in Emden is being funded by the state of Lower Saxony with 8 million euros. The plant will supply six hydrogen filling stations in the region...
  • Compleo: Potential buyers register interest

    Dortmund - At Compleo Charging Solutions, hope is germinating for an imminent restructuring. The management of the insolvent charging technology provider from Dortmund has now started a structured investor process and expressed optimism that it will be able to preserve the company completely...
  • Pfalzwerke builds charging stations for R+V insurers

    Ludwigshafen - Pfalzwerke AG has signed a cooperation agreement with the R+V insurance group. The aim is to equip as many R+V locations as possible with charging infrastructure...
  • New hydrogen filling station in Swabia

    Schwäbisch Gmünd - The French hydrogen producer Lhyfe and the British-Swiss joint venture Jet H2 Energy want to jointly build a hydrogen filling station in Germany...
  • Researchers develop test track for inductive charging

    Stuttgart - A research team from the Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion (IEW) has developed a 20-metre test track for inductive charging on the campus of the University of Stuttgart....
  • Greenmobility withdraws from German market

    Hamburg - The Danish company Greenmobility is withdrawing from the German car sharing market. The two locations in Cologne and Düsseldorf will be closed as of 31 January, the company announced at short notice on its website...
  • IG Metall demands mandatory charging stations

    Frankfurt am Main - The IG Metall trade union is calling for charging points to be made compulsory for operators of large car parks - such as those at shopping centres or on motorways. The German retail association Handelsverband Deutschland and the the German association of energy and water industries BDEW are opposed to this demand...
  • Peak load smoothing: Companies want less power for grid operators

    Berlin - The control of charging stations or heat pumps by grid operators should be kept to a minimum, an alliance of manufacturers and providers in the mobility and energy sectors has demanded in a letter to the Federal Network Agency, which is available to energate...