Shell building hydrogen station in UK and US

24 februari 2017

Shell’s pushing hydrogen cars in the UK, but electric cars are still ahead

Royal Dutch Shell is set to unveil its first public filling station for hydrogen-powered cars in the UK — and the first for hydrogen cars on a UK motorway. Shell, the Anglo-Dutch oil and gas company, currently operates six hydrogen stations worldwide — four in Germany and two in the Los Angeles.

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Toyota, Shell Partner to Build Fuel Stations for Hydrogen Cars

Royal Dutch Shell PLC will build seven fueling stations for hydrogen cars in California through a partnership with Toyota Motor Corp., laying down their latest bet on the demise of the internal-combustion engine.

The stations will nudge the state closer to its goal of having 100 retail sites by 2024 where hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles can fill up. The California Energy Commission is considering $16.4 million in grants toward the stations, with Shell and Toyota contributing $11.4 million.

The Shell-Toyota partnership “shows there’s a lot of interest and that the hydrogen market is poised to move forward rapidly,” said Janea Scott, a member of the California commission. 

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