Belgium’s first public H2 refuelling  station is open for businbess. Hosted by Toyota Europe and located steps away form the showrooms of the major European car company showrooms near Brusslels airport,  the Air Liquide station features the choise of three pressure levels, 200. 350 and 700 bar. The station’s opening ceremony on 22 April 2016 featured Annemie Turtelboom, Vice-President of the Flemish Region and Minister of Finance and Energy who announced a network of  20 stations in Belgium by 2020. Magda Kopczynska, DGMOVE director responsible for the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure referred to her postive drivving experiences in two FCEV in one week.  Hydrogen is being supplied by Inovyn, the Ineos-Solvay chlorvinyls joint venture in Antwerp as by-product and trucked to . The station has been co-financed by FCH-JU program through the SWARM project.

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