The way of life
Fuel and transportation is the daily norm for many people. It is something we need in order continue moving forward. As StratosFuel and the hydrogen market continue to expand, it is important that stations are placed in proper locations. When we plan on developing stations we primarily select them based on areas that fit within three categories:
Cluster stations are typically ones located in areas closest to costal communities, or areas that a large majority of early adopters reside.
Stations that serve as connector stations are ones that connect cluster stations to other clusters or specific destinations.
Secondary communities are areas that are more central and inland. These areas will have a large adoption of HFCV, just like early cluster communities.
At StratosFuel we are currently building out our hydrogen station network and are always looking for the next station to build, or how to make our stations better. The majority of stations we look for are in cluster, connector, and secondary areas. Other things we look for when building our next station are easy accessibility from highway corridors, and 24 hr access to amenities, such as restrooms, food marts, etc. If you are currently an HFCV driver, or are considering becoming one and know of a location that fits the profile feel free to fill out the form below:
As we transition into a society that shares forecourt space with hydrogen dispensers, we must be ready to supply the public with renewable hydrogen gas, which is why the ZIP facility was designed to take into account demand, time, and logistics.