It is recommended that hydrogen technology be developed in road
road transport in EU countries,
inter alia, in the Directive of the European Parliament
European Parliament and of the Council 2014/94/EU of 22 October 2014.
October 2014. Pursuant to the provisions of this
Directive, it is recommended that EU countries should
progressively ensure the accessibility of hydrogen cars in their territories
within their territories and, in particular, to ensure the
possibility to drive hydrogen vehicles between Member States.
Consequently, the study assumed that the pre
commercial phase of hydrogen technology development
technology in Poland will take place in the years
2020-2030, and full commercialisation will be
fully commercialised in the years 2040-2050.
As a result of the study, a National Plan has already been drawn up for the installation of hydrogen supply at the first filling stations, taking into account in particular the freedom
of hydrogen-powered cars visiting Poland and driving in Poland.
visiting Poland and transiting through our country among other EU
other EU countries.
The first phase of the project includes the installation of hydrogen supply
at filling stations in Poznan, Warsaw, Bialystok, Szczecin, Lodz, Wroclaw, Katowice Region and Krakow.
According to this National Plan, in the phase of full commercialisation (years 2040-
2050) in the country should operate
about 200-600 hydrogen filling stations
for 600,000 and 2 million passenger cars
500-1000 buses and 100-300 thousand cars in transit through Poland.
cars in transit through Poland
In Poland there are 2 hydrogen filling stations open to the public.