04.March 2024

JET H2 Energy becomes

Mint Hydrogen

by Mint Hydrogen Admin

Hamburg, 06.03.2024.

The name is new, the strategic direction remains the same. As a subsidiary of H2 Energy Europe, Mint Hydrogen will continue to build hydrogen filling stations along important transport routes throughout Germany and as far as Austria and Denmark.

To improve the accessibility of green hydrogen for both the mobility and industrial sectors, Mint Hydrogen plans to complete and operate the first hydrogen filling station by April 2024 in Giengen an der Brenz, followed by 20 more filling stations by the end of 2025.

H2 filling station concepts

The various filling station concepts meet the needs of different target groups: Mint H2 Stations are being built in urban regions for the sustainable and reliable supply of local public transport. Efficient fleet refueling is achieved through individual refueling solutions at depots or in industrial estates. Mobility hubs along busy highways ensure smooth long-distance transportation.

Thanks to modern filling station technology, up to 30 kg of hydrogen can be refueled in just a few minutes at Mint Hydrogen filling stations. Pressure levels of 350 and 700 bar are available for the various vehicle types. Contactless payment is possible - with giro, credit, debit or Mint Hydrogen fleet cards.

Mint Hydrogen Fleet Card

With the Mint Hydrogen Fleet Card, companies benefit from attractive conditions such as variable payment terms and automated billing. Payments and cardholders can be managed individually in the Smart Fleet Portal.

About H2 Energy Europe

To build ecosystems for green hydrogen in Europe, Trafigura and H2 Energy have founded the joint venture H2 Energy Europe. Since 2021, the company has been implementing major projects along the entire H2 value chain. One of these is the construction of a 1 GW hydrogen production plant in Esbjerg, Denmark by the end of the decade.

With Mint Hydrogen, H2 Energy Europe is taking a further step in the development of its container-based logistics network and the supply of filling stations with green hydrogen. Due to the rising CO2 emission costs for heavy commercial vehicles in Germany, H2 Energy Europe expects an increasing demand for CO2-free vehicles. This development is also being driven by EU legislation, which stipulates a 15% reduction in average CO2 emissions for vehicle fleets.

Media Contact:

Elena Hof
Mail: eh@mint-h2.com    

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