Everfuel A/S has opened its hydrogen refuelling station at the Frankfurt municipal bus company In-der-City-Bus’ (ICB) bus depot in Germany.

The depot station is owned by the bus operator ICB and will service 23 zero emission fuel cell buses used for daily city and municipal public transportation. Buses have been supplied by Solaris. Everfuel says it developed and constructed the refuelling station and will supply hydrogen to ICB on a minimum three-year contract. The hydrogen will be delivered by Everfuel’s hydrogen trailers.

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Everfuel hydrogen bus depot in Frankfurt

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, starting with Germany. It is the second dedicated bus station built by Everfuel and a key part the strategy of providing clean energy solutions for public transportation, supporting Frankfurt’s transition to zero-emission buses. ICB’s hydrogen depot station has potential to scale capacity as demand grows (other 9 fuel cell buses are coming to the city).

“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,” says Lars Jakobsen, Sales Director of Everfuel. “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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