The two companies plan to jointly establish a double-digit number of LNG and hydrogen refueling stations in European markets. The initial target areas are Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Austria and Slovakia. The corresponding memorandum of understanding was signed by the two companies today. “To enable sustainable mobility across all regions, there is an urgent demand for the necessary infrastructure. In this respect, there is a massive catch-up need throughout Europe. Through our cooperation, we want to make renewable energies more widely available. As a technology partner of Molgas, we contribute with our decades of expertise in the construction of hydrogen and LNG refueling facilities”, says Peter Werth, CEO of the Wolftank Group.
The cooperation with Molgas is a next, important step in Wolftank Group’s expansion strategy. With strong partnerships, most recently with the leading Italian telecom provider TIM, with SFC Energy, the Q8 Group, the gas supplier Snam, as well as through the acquisition of 50 percent of the Italian company Mares, the Group is consistently expanding its positioning in the field of renewable energies.