EAS-HyMob

Hydrogen corridor in Normandy

The Normandy Region is implementing its own Hydrogen Plan. Its goal is: to strengthen the role of hydrogen in the energy transition.

• Stations equipped with IR connector for 350-700 bar compatibility
• Inter-operability (FillnDrive)
• Normandy Region, France | Commissioning: 2019-2020

The EAS-HyMob program is an ambitious program which aims to position the Region at the forefront of the hydrogen revolution.

The Eas-HyMob project (Easy AccesS to Hydrogen Mobility) is part of the Normandy Region’s hydrogen mobility program initiated in 2016.
Eas-HyMob should make it possible to set up an initial network of 15 hydrogen refueling stations  on the main Norman roads, linking the major agglomerations. The installation of each refueling station will be synchronized with the deployment of a fleet of approximately 250 hydrogen vehicles.
McPhy will provide 7 hydrogen stations to support the deployment of hydrogen mobility in the Eure and Calvados communities.
Those stations are the new generation of “starter kit”, equipped with an infrared connector that makes it possible to offer a refueling solution to vehicles with 350 bar pressure and a partial refueling solution (approximately 60%) to vehicles requiring a 700 bar refueling pressure.
“On the zero emissions mobility market, those seven McFilling 20-350 stations demonstrate the full adequacy of our offer with the local communities’ strategy for the deployment of hydrogen infrastructure in France.” | Pascal Mauberger, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of McPhy

Station deployment map | Source: EAS-HyMob web site

McPhy Station hydrogène EasHymob

Two stations of the EAS-HyMob project being manufactured & tested at our La Motte Fanjas site

| Markets

  • Hydrogen mobility
  • H2 in the territories

Learn more about the H2 applications in the section: “Markets”.

 

 

| Equipment & Services

  • 7 McFilling 20-350

Learn more about the solutions in the section: “Equipment & Services”.

 

 

| Client

  • EAS-HyMob
  • Location: Normandie (France)
  • Commissioning: 2019 – 2020