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HHLA and Linde Engineering build hydrogen filling station in the Port of Hamburg

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has commissioned Linde Engineering to build a hydrogen filling station within the scope of its Clean Port & Logistics innovation cluster. The filling station will be part of the test centre for hydrogen-powered port logistics at the Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) in the Port of Hamburg. Source: Port of Hamburg The hydrogen filling station is being developed within the scope of HHLA’s Clean Port & Logistics cluster to fuel hydrogen-powered heavy goods vehicles and terminal equipment and to test them in operation. HHLA will operate the filling station as part of its cluster activities in the Port of Hamburg. Linde Engineering and HHLA are thus creating a reliable refuelling infrastructure for heavy equipment in the Port of Hamburg. The filling station is expected to begin operation in 2023. The heart of the filling station is an energy-efficient high-pressure ionic compressor that compresses the hydrogen up to 450 bar. This will allow equipment such as straddle carriers, empty container stackers, forklift trucks, reach stackers, terminal tractor units and trucks to be refuelled with hydrogen efficiently. Moreover, the filling station incorporates various options for expansion. “Our commissioning of Linde Engineering to build the hydrogen filling station

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