Hydrogen Mobility Europe – consisting of the projects H2ME1 and H2ME2 – is a flagship project giving fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) drivers access to the first truly pan-European network of hydrogen refuelling stations

It will create the world’s largest network of hydrogen refuelling stations which gives Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle drivers access to the first truly pan-European network of hydrogen stations.
The H2ME Project will significantly expand the European hydrogen vehicles fleet and in so doing, aims to confirm the technical and commercial readiness of vehicles, fuelling stations and hydrogen production techniques. H2ME will produce recommendations and identify any gaps that may prevent full commercialisation, as well as collating results to support future investments. The H2ME 1 and H2ME 2 projects demonstrate the breadth and depth of the commitment to hydrogen-fuelled road transport as a pan-European solution to the need to have viable, competitive, alternatives to fossil fuels. Together, the H2ME projects will form the largest EU funded project for hydrogen mobility and FCEV deployment.
FCEVs allow more sustainable transport, using a powertrain technology that is clean, efficient and makes better use of natural energy resources – thus helping to decarbonise the transport sector, address the issue of poor air quality and reduce noise pollution.

H2ME MAP

This €68 million demonstration project is co-funded with €32 million from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme through the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), a public private partnership supporting fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe. See www.fch.europa.eu

H2ME Map

H2ME stations H2ME STATIONS

H2ME Demonstration Areas H2ME DEPLOYMENT COUNTRIES

H2ME Observer Countries H2ME OBSERVER COUNTRIES

tent-t corridor MAJOR EUROPEAN ROADS (TEN-T CORRIDOR)