Atawey to launch its mobile station

Atawey mobile station

Atawey, the French Savoyard company is releasing a new mobile hydrogen station. This station, which can be moved around in less than half a day, has been designed to be autonomously installed and commissioned by the operator. The objective is plain: to deliver hydrogen quickly where users need it most.

The mobile station Atawey, which is intended for vehicle tests and demonstrations, temporary applications and social events, has another string to its bow. Indeed, it can be used to fuel heavy goods vehicles as well as refuse trucks, buses and vans. The first deliveries are planned for April 2022.

“Besides making hydrogen access easier so as to test vehicles, the Ataway mobile station is paving the way to new purposes such as construction sites while improving the availability of already existing stations” says Jean-Michel Amaré, Ataway’s CEO.

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Article written by Laurent Meillaud and translated by Logan King.

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Logan King

After an unusual career (3 years in the French army followed by a 3-year degree in Applied Foreign Languages), it was my passion for environmental issues that finally caught up with me and led me to join Seiya Consulting and H2 Today in June 2022. First as an end-of-study internship, then as Marketing & Communication Manager and translator at Hydrogen Today.

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