H2 View understands, the MoU signed between the companies will see the partners explore commercial market opportunities for the uptake and deployment of mobile hydrogen refuelling in transport applications across the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

HYDROGEN SYSTEMS are set to collaborate with the UK firm to provide its mobile Pioneer Hydrogen Refuelling Station (HRS) to regional prospective customers and users within the transportation sector.

NanoSUN unveiled its Pioneer HRS in April last year (2021), saying the mobile, self-containerised, and automated solution could offer a refuelling time of 15-20 minutes for large buses and trucks.

Read more: NanoSUN hydrogen refueller set for deployment in the UK

Commenting on the new partnership, Charlie Clegg, Sales and Marketing Director at NanoSUN, said, “This collaboration with HYDROGEN SYSTEMS is strategically vital in us continuing to make zero-emission transportation and mobility a reality.

“Our simple and affordable mobile hydrogen refuelling solution enables customers to move away from fossil fuels with ease and will support Europe in delivering the infrastructure needed to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen powered vehicles and equipment.”

A subsidiary of Tensio Technology, HYDROGEN SYSTEMS focuses on the entire portfolio of hydrogen technologies including production, storage, distribution, and refuelling.

In a statement, HYDROGEN SYSTEMS, added, “Hydrogen is not the future, hydrogen is the solution now! We firmly believe that as clean energy, it is an integral part of not only sustainable transport and energy, but sustainable living in general.”

H2 View’s Hydrogen Mobility Snap Summit – November 29

With the mobility pillar consistently a hot topic for hydrogen markets and arguably the most anticipated and relatable application of the energy transition, H2 View stages a Mobility Snap Summit this November to summarise the progress made in 2022 and look ahead to what’s still to come.

Infrastructure challenges remain. Questions linger over policy and implementation. Many wonder which strand of the transport sector will blaze the trail in hydrogen power first, and likewise which region. There are clear challenges ahead, yet considerable progress made in 2022 and bright spots ahead in 2023 and beyond.

Join H2 View this November for a half-day online event dedicated to unearthing the progress made, dissecting the challenges to be met and establishing the state-of-play across mobility as 2023 approaches. Find more information here.

Premium Subscribers to H2 View have access to this event as part of their subscription package; non-subscribers can secure access to the event with a delegate ticket ($99). All delegates can access the event on-demand from 1st December.