COHRS hydrogen refuelling stations

COHRS hydrogen refuelling stations are to be integrated into conventional service stations wherever possible. The design is compact, does not require a great deal of space, and consists for the most part of standardised components for hydrogen storage, compression and the 700 bar pumps themselves. 

COHRS in Germany

The stations in Germany will be integrated into existing service stations already operated by the H2 MOBILITY shareholders OMV, Shell and TOTAL. Together the stations open up five important TEN-T corridors: Scandinavia – Mediterranean, North Sea – Baltic Sea, Orient/Eastern Mediterranean, Rhine – Alps and Rhine – Danube. 

  • Bad Homburg OPENED
  • Biebelried OPENED
  • Dresden OPENED
  • Duisburg OPENED
  • Flensburg (Handewitt) OPENED
  • Friedberg/Derching OPENED
  • Hagenow OPENED
  • Hamburg (Großmoorbogen)
  • Hasbergen OPENED
  • Irschenberg (Rosenheim)
  • Lohfelden OPENED
  • München OPENED
  • Rastatt OPENED
  • Ratingen OPENED
  • Rheda-Wiedenbrück OPENED
  • Stuhr/Groß Mackenstedt OPENED
  • Weiterstadt OPENED

COHRS in Austria

The stations in Asten (Linz), Wiener Neudorf and Graz lie along the TEN-T corridors Baltic Sea – Adriatic and Rhine – Danube thus connecting Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia and will be integrated in OMV stations. 


  • Asten, An der Bundesstraße 1 (Westautobahn just off the A1 motorway) OPENED
  • Dobl near Graz, A2 (Südautobahn just off the A2 motorway) OPENED
  • Wien Neudorf (Süd Autobahn A2)




Integration into existing conventional service stations

along important European corridors

Pressure standard SAE J2601 (700 bar)
Refuelling frequency max. 6 vehicle per hour
Hydrogen capacity 212 kg hydrogen per day
Hydrogen quality SAE J2601 or comparable quality
Hydrogen delivery Gaseous hydrogen delivered by tube trailer