Disfrimur, Grupo Terramovil and the National Hydrogen Center (CNH2) have signed a collaboration agreement to carry out various activities related to scientific research, technological development and the implementation of applications in the field of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, ensuring the complementarity of their actions.
Following the signed agreement, the Spanish Region of Murcia will have the first hydrogen refueling station. The facility will operate and will offer hydrogen with a purity of 99.99%. Undoubtedly, this new project takes an important step towards the arrival of this fuel and supports a technology that represents the future.
Disfrimur and Grupo Terramovil are companies committed to the decarbonization of transportation. In its commitment to provide the best services with the least environmental impact, Disfrimur currently has a fleet of 600 vehicles less than 3 years old. These trucks travel more than 43 million km per year and 11% are powered by natural gas. In turn, Terramovil also bets on more sustainable and ecological vehicles within its varied range, since within the brands it represents it has all the alternative fuel technologies.
The collaboration between both companies and the CNH2 represents another step in the confidence of implementing hydrogen as a new energy vector in the Region of Murcia that offers countless possibilities for consumption, storage and transport, thus betting on sustainable mobility and promoting its use in zero emission vehicles.