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Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS

18/07/2022

Between March 2015 and May 2022 H2ME has deployed:

  • 535 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and 246 fuel cell range extended electrical vehicles (FC REEVs) (May 2021 499 FCEVs and 237 FC REEVs)
  • 43 hydrogen refuelling stations (Nov 2021 42 HRS)

Distance driven:

  • H2ME FCEVs and FC REEVs reported almost 23.2 million km driven driven (November 2021 value: 19.6m km).
  • Urban deployments of high usage vehicles such as taxis have dominated H2ME vehicle usage, as seen in this period by the first data being received from taxis in Denmark, France and the Netherlands.

Usage and refuelling:

  • H2ME vehicles average between 19 km and 128 km of driving per day. In some cases they have driven over 1 000 km in a single day. The distance driven depends on the vehicle use case and deployment location.
  • The average refuelling amount for each FCEV type deployed varies from 50% to 57% of the tank capacity.
  • In all countries and use cases, the FCEVs have proven that they are capable of fulfilling the driver’s daily and annual needs.

Dispensed Hydrogen:

  • The 43 HRS reporting data to H2ME dispensed almost 327 000 kg of hydrogen in 134 000 refuelling events (November 2021 values: 243 000 kg of hydrogen and 104 000).
  • HRS deployed in locations where taxis operate continue to provide the bulk of H2ME usage. For example, the Den Haag HRS where Noot taxis are deployed has dispensed 13 000 kg of hydrogen since Q3 of 2021.

Please find more information here:

H2ME2-D5.08 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 1 (16 – 2017.08)

H2ME2-D5.29 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 2 (23 – 2018.03)

H2ME2-D5.09 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 3 (28 – 2018.08)

H2ME2-D5.30 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 4 (35 – 2019.03)

H2ME2-D5.10 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 5 (40 – 2019.08)

H2ME2-D5.31 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 6 (47 – 2020.03)

H2ME2-D5.11 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 7 (52 – 2020.08)

H2ME2-D5.32 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 8 (59 – 2021.03)

H2ME2-D5.12 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 9 (64 – 2021.08)

H2ME2-D5.33 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – report 10 (68 – 2021.12)

H2ME2-D5.13 Technical performance monitoring reports reviewing the technical progress for vehicles and HRS (brief statistical summaries with narrative) – final (71 – 2022.03)

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