PARIS, FRANCE: McPhy Energy, a French company specialized in low-carbon hydrogen production and distribution equipment, has announced the commissioning of a hydrogen station with a distribution capacity of up to 60 kg per day for the Dyneff Toulouse Sud-Sud highway filling station in the Occitanie region.
The station, which is designed and manufactured entirely in France, is the first of its kind to be installed on a highway in France. It will allow drivers of hydrogen-powered vehicles to refuel in less than five minutes and travel up to 600 km without emitting any CO2 or pollutants.
The station is part of a network of 20 hydrogen stations planned by Dyneff, a leading independent fuel distributor in France and Spain, in partnership with the Occitanie region and the European Union.
The project is also supported by the France Relance and France 2030 plans, which aim to boost the development of hydrogen as a clean energy vector and create jobs and growth in the sector.
McPhy, which has almost 10 years of experience in hydrogen mobility, said the collaboration with Dyneff was a major milestone for the company and the country.
Jean-Baptiste Lucas, CEO of McPhy, said: “We are delighted to announce this collaboration, which is a major milestone in France, and would like to thank Dyneff for its trust. This new step in the deployment of hydrogen mobility will concretely contribute to accelerating the decarbonization of the economy and mobility, in line with the France Relance and France 2030 plans.”