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Deutsche Welle. The world’s largest public hydrogen fueling station opened yesterday in Berlin. The Aral station, with sufficient capacity to fill 100 vehicles with hydrogen, offers both liquid and compressed hydrogen alongside gasoline and diesel pumps. At the moment, there are only 16 hydrogen cars and one city bus in Berlin.

Aral, a subsidiary of BP, built Germany’s first public hydrogen refueling station (in operation since 1998) at Munich airport.


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