On-site hydrogen generation and hydrogenation integrated station
Hydrogen refueling stations are to fuel cell vehicles just like gas stations are to traditional fuel vehicles and charging stations are to pure electric vehicles. It is an essential cornerstone to support the development of the fuel cell vehicle industry. The development and commercialization of fuel cell vehicles are inseparable from the construction of hydrogen refueling station infrastructure. As the infrastructure to provide hydrogen to fuel cell vehicles, the number of hydrogen refueling stations is also increasing. Various demonstration activities are being carried out all over the world. The construction and demonstration operation of these hydrogen refueling stations will accumulate a large amount of data and experience. The earliest hydrogen refueling station may be traced back to the hydrogen refueling station in Los Alamos, USA in the 1980s, when the Alamos National Laboratory in the United States built the station to verify the feasibility of liquid hydrogen as a fuel, and more and more hydrogen refueling stations are gradually being built. According to Fuel Cell Today’s statistics, as of 2006, refueling stations have been built worldwide.