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Opening of electrolysis-based hydrogen fueling station in Turkey

Hydrogenics Corporation announced that a Hydrogenics electrolysis-based hydrogen fueling station has been officially opened in Turkey; the fueling station is located at Golden Horn, the historic inlet of the Bosphorus straight, and can fuel up to 65 kilograms per day of hydrogen at 350 bar. The station is for both land and sea transportation applications where Hydrogenics’ 8kW fuel cells can be used.

The station was financed by the International Centre for Hydrogen Energy Technologies (ICHET), a project of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), founded in Istanbul in 2004 and supported by the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources.

ICHET seeks to initiate projects in the developing world that establish or enhance hydrogen production from indigenous—and preferably renewable—energy resources so that hydrogen can take a more important role in the satisfaction of local energy needs.



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