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Air Liquide, founding partner of the H2 MOBILITY initiative to build up to 400 hydrogen stations in Germany

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Today in Berlin, the German cross-sector joint venture H2 MOBILITY was officially presented to the German government by senior representatives of its six Partners, among which Air Liquide. Together with German Federal Transport Minister Alexander Dobrindt, the next steps to set up more hydrogen stations in Germany were discussed. While 100 hydrogen stations are already planned in the next few years, an overall number of 400 is targeted to cover the whole territory, making Germany the first country to have an inter-regional hydrogen supply network for private cars.