09 Dec 2020

Haskel and Bonnett Technology to be Installed in Czech Republic’s First Hydrogen Stations

09 Dec 2020  by Molly Burgess   

Haskel Hydrogen Group and Bonnett will supply and install hydrogen technology in the Czech Republic’s first three hydrogen stations.

In a statement released today (8thDec), the companies confirmed the order for three Geno hydrogen stations which will be deployed at Unipetrol public fuelling stations in Prague, Brno and Litvinov.

Expected deployment of the first station is predicted for Summer 2021.

Read more: Plans for Czech Republic’s first 3 hydrogen stations confirmed

Commenting on the order, Stephen Learney, General Manager of Haskel, said, “We applaud Bonett and Unipetrol’s (part of PKN Orlen Group) leadership in bringing the first hydrogen stations to this region and offering consumers zero emission choices.”

“We’re proud the Geno range of hydrogen refuelling stations will provide green, safe and reliable vehicle refuelling to meet Unipetrol customer needs.”

Part of Haskel’s suite of hydrogen mobility infrastructure solutions, the Geno range offers hydrogen refuelling for large fleet operators and are ideally designed for refuelling heavy-duty or light-duty passenger vehicles, as well as material handling vehicles.

Haskel will deliver the stations and work alongside Bonett, who will manage the integration of the Geno range at existing Unipetrol stations.

Václav Holovčák, Member of the Board of Directors of the Bonett Group, said, “The success in such a prestigious hydrogen tender is the highest achievement for us. We will follow up this project with other hydrogen activities and implementations.”

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