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Multi-fuel Refueling Station

Status
out of operation
Start date 01.09.2003
Last changes 10.06.2013 only sporadically for special events in operation
Public access
yes    
Location
Sweden
212 15 Malmö
Industrigatan 5
probably exact location

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Goal
To evaluate the technical, environmental and economic benifits of using a hydrogen/ natural gas blended fuel
Description
Dual fuel dispenser delivers pure CGH2 and a blend of hydrogen and natural gas (Hythane) Electrolyser Compresor 19.06.2012 one of the Oslo fuel cell buses was presented in Malmo at June 12 th 2012

Operator

E.ON

Technology provider

Hydrogenics Corp.
ComPair
Dynetek Industries Ltd.

Further partners

City of Malmö, Institute of Technology at Lund University

Fuel

CGH2 20 MPa, H2/CNG (Hythane) with a blend of 8% vol and of 20% vol H2 (dispender from FTI, Canada)
Hydrogen supply
electrolysis - with wind power; produce 36Nm³/h or 75kg of high-purity hydrogen per day
Hydrogen storage

CGH2 at 39 MPa, 4 m3 (Dynetek) 

Vehicles served
one Toyota Prius Hydrogen, 2 city Volvo buses with a mixture of H2 and CNG (fleet will increase from 2 to 88 buses)
Station-contact
info@vatgas.se
Station-site
www.eon.se www.vatgas.se www.scandinavianhydrogen.org

Comments

publication www.risoe.dk/rispubl/SYS/syspdf/energconf05/session3_ridell.pdf Sydkraft is now EOn The station is recommended by Daimler for FC B-class: no.
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