Hydrogen Stations in Italy in

The definition of the national objectives for the development of hydrogen mobility in Italy, elaborated in this "National Development Plan", is based on specific criteria and detailed analytical modeling that extends until 12/31/2050.

Summarizing the main conclusions of the plan, it is expected that the sales scenario in Italy of FCEV cars could reach about 27,000 units in 2025. For buses, it is about 1,100 units by 2025. For heavy transport, it is planned to reach a park of vehicles of just under 2,000 units by 2030 and a replacement of 29% of the vehicle fleet by 2050 (about 50,000 vehicles). The passenger transport scenario in the railway sector foresees the implementation of hydrogen in about 20 units between now and 2025, which will mean the replacement of 100 diesel locomotives on non-electrified routes by 2050. It is expected that between 200 and 250 will be replaced more locomotives, which will enable some incentive conditions in the near future, such as an increase in public aid and a reduction in the cost of rolling stock through retrofitting or solutions compatible with the bimodal service. Regarding the material handling equipment market, a gradual introduction of hydrogen fuel systems is expected, with a stock of 2,750 vehicles by 2030 in the most conservative scenario.

To meet demand, 197 hydrogen stations will be built between now and 2025 (141 for cars and 56 for buses) to which must be added those necessary for refueling railway equipment. The smaller stations will be built in the two initial phases (2020-2022 and 2023-2023), serving vehicle fleets. In the first phase 2020-2022, private fleets of up to 99 to 109 cars are expected in 2025 and up to 10-11 buses, with stations of 50 kg/day and 200 kg/day respectively. In 2023-2025 fleets of up to 222-229 passenger cars and up to 29 buses, with stations of 100 kg/day and 200 kg/day respectively. The construction of small stations makes it possible to quickly achieve minimum coverage of the main transport routes (RTE-T) and the main population centers, guaranteeing the subsequent transition to mass transport. After this initial phase, only large stations are planned, of 500 kg/day for passenger cars (capable of supplying up to 1,169 passenger cars/day in 2026) and 1,000 kg/day for buses (capable of supplying up to 60 buses/day in 2026). , economically attractive for operators in the sector.

In December 2023 there were 7 hydrogen refueling points in Italy open to the public although some of them with limited access for drivers. There are more projects to open hydrogen stations in Italy that will be implemented throughout 2024 and 2025.


Address of the Hydrogen filling Stations in Italy in

List of Hydrogen Stations in Italy
H2 MOBILITYPrager Ring 106Aachen
H2 MOBILITYOber-Eschbacher-Str. 142Bad Homburg
H2 MOBILITYAutohof 24 Buchäckerring 40Bad Rappenau
H2 MOBILITYChristian-Ritter-von-Langheinrich 2Bayreuth
H2 MOBILITYSieggrubenstraße 5Berg bei Hof
TotalEnergies Holzmarktstraße 36 - 42Berlin
H2 MOBILITYRothenbachstr. 1Berlin
H2 MOBILITYTempelhofer Weg 102Berlin
H2 MOBILITYHeerstraße 37Berlin Charlottenburg
TotalEnergies Elly-Beinhorn-Ring 2Berlin Schönefeld
TotalEnergies Würzburger Str. 55Biebelried
H2 MOBILITYErich-Hoffmann-Straße 9Bonn
H2 MOBILITYHamburger Str. 211Braunschweig
H2 MOBILITYOsterholzer Heerstraße 222Bremen
H2 MOBILITYHolstendammBrunsbüttel
ShellSchützenstr. 2-4Dortmund
H2 MOBILITYWiener Strasse 39Dresden
H2 MOBILITYAm Schlütershof 27Duisburg
H2 MOBILITYIm Großen Tal 1Düren
H2 MOBILITYOerschbachstraße 71Düsseldorf
H2 MOBILITYHöherweg 202Düsseldorf
H2 MOBILITYFlughafenstraße 70Echterdingen
TotalEnergies Am Urbicher Kreuz 34Erfurt
H2 MOBILITYHenri-Dunant-Straße 2Erlangen
H2 MOBILITYKaternberger Str. 99Essen

Complete Map of Stations with Hydrogen in Italy

Complete List of Stations with Hydrogen in Italy

News about Stations with Hydrogen in Italy

  • November 29, 2021

Snam, one of the world's leading energy infrastructure companies, is certainly convinced that hydrogen is the key to an eco-sustainable future and plans to install the first 2,700 kilometer hydrogen network in the south to 2030 in northern Italy. This was stated by the company during the presentation of the 2021-2025 strategic plan, which foresees an investment of 23 billion euros to “transform Italy into a Mediterranean axis towards Europe.”

Snam therefore envisions the transition from a gas infrastructure company to a green and energy infrastructure company. This is the Group's “Vision to 2030”, which presents its 2021-2025 Strategic Plan. Investments will focus on transportation, storage and green projects on hydrogen and biomethane. Between 2021 and 2025, investments worth 8.1 billion euros are planned (700 million more than in the previous plan until 2024).


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