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H2GREMM will be present at LMH2 on 26 & 27 SEPTEMBER at LE MANS.

As a partner of LMH2, H2GREMM is taking advantage of this event to launch its “Mobility” range.
Come and see our refuelling station and talk to us about your hydrogen mobility projects!

Le Mans Hydrogène, the annual meeting of the hydrogen industry, will be held on 26 and 27 September 2023 in Le Mans. Bringing together 750 professionals, the event will feature conferences, workshops, experiments and an exhibition area. The aim is to encourage synergies between industry and local and regional authorities in order to decarbonise mobility.
Join us on Wednesday 27 September at 10.05 a.m. for a talk on the need to speed up the installation of hydrogen filling stations in our regions.

The rapid deployment of hydrogen stations in the regions is of crucial importance at a time when we are looking for sustainable solutions for our energy future.
Firstly, hydrogen offers a clean, environmentally-friendly alternative to fossil fuels, helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change.

By speeding up the roll-out of hydrogen filling stations, we can encourage the adoption of hydrogen-powered vehicles, offering citizens a cleaner transport option and helping to decarbonise the transport sector, which accounts for a significant proportion of global CO2 emissions.

In addition, setting up hydrogen stations stimulates technological and economic innovation. It creates local employment opportunities, promotes research and development in hydrogen technology, and positions regions as leaders in the fast-growing hydrogen economy.
By investing in this infrastructure, regions can also strengthen their energy resilience by diversifying their energy sources, reducing their dependence on imported oil and gas.
In short, accelerating the roll-out of hydrogen stations in territories is not only good for the environment, it also offers considerable economic and strategic benefits for local communities and society as a whole.

Accelerating the deployment of hydrogen filling stations is therefore essential if hydrogen is to become a viable solution for sustainable mobility.
Here are some concrete measures that could be taken to accelerate the development of the hydrogen station network:

  • Simplify administrative procedures.
  • Creating a favourable regulatory framework for the development of hydrogen.
  • Encouraging research and the development of new technologies.

By taking these steps, public authorities and private players can help to make hydrogen more accessible and affordable, which will encourage its adoption for mobility.