If we want a liveable future for ourselves and our planet, we need to make the transition to renewable, clean energy and ‘zero’ CO2 emissions a top priority. Hydrogen holds tremendous promise as an alternative fuel source, especially if we are one day able to produce it on a large scale like electricity, using wind and solar energy. Cars that run on hydrogen gas (H2) are both sustainable and clean. Fountain Fuel is taking the lead with its zero-emission energy stations for hydrogen fuelling and electric charging.
A good start
The station’s elegant awning, including its supporting structure, is made entirely of wood. Wood is not only a durable material, it’s also relatively light and can be transported efficiently in prefabricated parts. In the middle of the roof, which is equipped with solar panels, an opening allows light to enter and air to circulate. Amersfoort will be home to the first zero-emission energy station. Thanks to the progressive municipality and an enthusiastic business association, the station will be installed in the De Wyken industrial park. The surrounding area will soon be developed with flexible workplaces and convenience facilities, like healthy food, a shop and a dry-cleaning service. Preparations for more locations are in full swing. Next station: Rotterdam!