Hydrogen Stations in Austria in

Austria has the ambition to become a leader in the use of hydrogen in Europe. The Government is preparing a national hydrogen strategy. Its NECP (National Energy and Climate Programme) considers renewable hydrogen "a key technology for sectoral integration" and includes a specific hydrogen consumption target based on electricity from renewable energy sources of 1.1 TWh (4 PJ) in 2030. New regulatory and financial measures are announced to pave the way for renewable hydrogen in industry, construction and transport.

Austria is in a very strong position thanks to its current investments in hydrogen research as well as in infrastructure such as hydrogen refueling stations, transport and delivery, and in the potential IPCEI project.

The annual costs of green hydrogen production (including the costs of dedicated renewable electricity sources), transport infrastructure development (or adaptation of existing infrastructure) and end-use applications in the considered scenario amount to 350 million euros and 1,100 million euros, respectively. These activities create value in the national economy, among other things by creating jobs in the production, construction and use of hydrogen and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

In December 2023 there were 5 hydrogen refueling points in Austria open to the public. There are more projects to open hydrogen stations in Austria that will be implemented throughout 2024 and 2025.


Address of the Hydrogen filling Stations in Austria in

List of Hydrogen Stations in Austria
OMVAndechsstraße 83Innsbruck
OMVAn der Bundesstraße 11Asten
OMVOstbahnstraße 10Graz
OMVIZ NÖ Süd Straße 4 Objekt 9Wiener Neudorf
OMVShuttleworthstraße 10Wien

Complete Map of Stations with Hydrogen in Austria

Complete List of Stations with Hydrogen in Austria

News about Stations with Hydrogen in Austria

  • January 27, 2022

The H2 Mobility Austria consortium - an association of eleven Austrian companies - wants to put around 2,000 hydrogen trucks on Austrian roads by 2030, which should contribute a total of 475 million euros of added value to Austria.

Through the consortium, the partners commissioned the consulting firm Deloitte to prepare a study on hydrogen mobility focused on trucks, the results of which have now been presented. Deloitte has calculated a potential savings of 70 million liters of diesel for 2,000 hydrogen trucks.


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