Wind farm in Germany will help to deliver hydrogen fuel

ABO Wind is commissioning a 9.9MW wind farm in Germany that will provide power to an electrolyzer to generate hydrogen fuel for vehicles.

The wind farm in Kirchheim, which consists of three turbines, will power a demonstration project that will be installed next year at a filling station. It will be capable of fuelling two to four cars a day.

ABO Wind is partnering with H2BZ Hessen, and petrol station operator Frank Roth

ABO Wind hopes funding will be made available from the National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology to increase fuel cell output to 2MW, which would raise the daily fuelling capacity to 200 cars a day.