Toyota: first public hydrogen station in Belgium
Toyota and Air Liquide organized in Zaventem the ceremony for the laying of the foundation stone of the first public charging station for hydrogen vehicles in Belgium.
The station will be officially inaugurated in mid-next year and it will be built adjacent to the R&D Technical and Training Centres of Toyota Motor Europe.
The European division of the Japanese carmaker is granting the right to use the land for free over a period of 20 years.
The project has received funding from the European Fuel Cells and Hydrogen-Joint Undertaking, a private/public partnership in support of the development of hydrogen related applications.
Air Liquide has long been committed to supporting the development of alternative mobility and has already built 75 charging stations for fuel cells worldwide. Future focus on Germany, Denmark and France.