Fuel cell carsharing – fleet operators go electric

Hydrogen-powered ridesharing cars, © CleverShuttle

The main group of customers currently driving demand for electric as well as hydrogen vehicles isn’t consumers but fleet operators. One prominent example is BeeZero, a Linde subsidiary. In April 2016, it became the first carpooling service in Germany to add 50 Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell vehicles to its task force in Munich.

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On Course for Low-Carbon Society

Horzetzky, Herbert, Mazas, Scholten, Franc, Milkiewicz in Mülheim, (from left), © CEP

The German H2 infrastructure is growing steadily. Early this year, Linde expanded its offering around Munich by turning the Linde Hydrogen Center in Unterschleissheim into a public refueling station. What had previously been the industrial gas supplier’s hydrogen R&D facility has been used since Jan. 12 to fill up fuel cell cars such as the ones owned by Linde’s subsidiary BeeZero.

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BeeZero’s Fuel Cell Carsharing Offer

Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell with BeeZero logo

BeeZero is gas company Linde’s new carsharing offer to anyone interested in renting a fuel cell car for a short trip on the road. Linde Hydrogen Concepts, the subsidiary that the technology business founded for this purpose, has acquired a total of 50 Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell for its first-ever rental location in Munich, Germany.

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