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Biggest Hydrogen Service Station Opened

Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe opened the world's biggest hydrogen service station in Berlin on Friday. Germany's first of its kind, the station's first customers will be a fleet of 16 cars and a public bus. The vehicles will test both fluid and gas hydrogen that flows from the station's two pumps. The project is being carried out by Clean Energy Partnership Berlin, a joint undertaking on the part of energy, oil and car companies, which have, along with the government, invested €33 million (€42.6 million) in it.