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CEP Holzmarktstraße Total Statoil Linde

Status
planned
Start date - end date 12.05.2010 - 31.12.2013
Last changes 15.01.2014 out of operation; re-open with new technology in July 2014
Public access
yes     It requires pre-registration and use of a specific refueling key-card. Please contact first CEP.
Location
Germany
10243 Berlin
Holzmarktstraße 36
probably exact location

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Description
The station is part of CEP.
Project started January 2009, construction start was April 2009, anticipated start of operation September 2009 (LH2), CGH2 up from May 2010

Concept:
Integration of hydrogen into an existing TOTAL station in central Berlin.

CGH2:
Pressure electrolysis plant by Hydrogen Technologies (a Statoil subsidiary)
- Dry-running piston compressor (500 bar) by Andreas HOFER
Hochdrucktechnik in cooperation with Statoil
- Booster compressor (1000 bar) by Andreas HOFER Hochdrucktechnik in cooperation with Statoil
- Underground cascade storage system of composite cylinders, developed by Statoil

LH2:
Linde supplies LH2 from the liquefication plant in Leuna. From autumn 2010 up a part of the LH2 will be produced from a waste product in the Biodiesel procuction.
- Usage of LH2 tank and pump from previous station Berlin, Messedamm
- Boil-off management by means of Mini-BHKW
- Usage of´all tail gases with the help of new boil-off installation
- fully automated automotive coupling with a mechanical handling aid

In addition, the filling station is equipped with two stationary hydrogen fuel cells ( Axane Fuel Cell Systems, Electro Power Systems) using the boil-off from stored liquide hydrogen to generate warmth respectively electricity. The electricity is fed into the local grid, whereas the warmth is used to support the heating system of the station. There is also a Photovoltaik system.

Since spring 2012 "Wind H2" delivery from Prenzlau

Operator

Total

Technology provider

Linde AG
Hofer
Statoil
Hexagon

Further partners

Clean Energy Partnership CEP, German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development

Fuel

Hydrogen supply
LH2 delivery, electrolysis - on-site with technology from Statoil and `green`electricity; capacity for 5 buses or 50 cars per day; delivery of "wind-H2" from Prenzlau
Hydrogen storage

under ground storage of CGH2 (100 MPa), new 2 step compressor technology ; LH2 in a super-insulated tank without after-cooling 

Vehicles served
Station-contact
Total: Manuel Fuchs Tel: +49 30 20 27 62 23 manuel.fuchs@total.de; CEP www.cleanenergypartnership.de/kundenbereich/
Station-site
www.cleanenergypartnership.de/kundenbereich/

Comments

The Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) is a consortium of several partners, please see www.cleanenerypartnership.de The station is recommended by Daimler for FC B-class 70 MPa yes, 35 MPa no. The station is accepted by major car companies.
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