Tyrol (A) Archive

Hyundai NEXO 551 kilometres with 1 tank

May 10, 2019 – Vienna/AUSTRIA to Offenbach/GERMANY May 11, ’19 – Offenbach/GERMANY to Innsbruck/AUSTRIA   Report (in German) :  Reichweiten- und Geschwindigkeits-Test Hyundai NEXO (Wasserstoff) 551 km German version / Deutsch Reichweiten- und Geschwindigkeits-Test Hyundai NEXO (Wasserstoff)

Evening in Weichs

On a sunny afternoon in the Tyrolian Spring at 02:21 pm, I set off in the electric hydrogen car (Hyundai ix35/Tucson FCEV) heading North to Munich (Bavaria) and beyond that to Weichs for the second time.  Again,

Morning in Weichs

On a quiet day in snow-covered Tyrol at 6:00 am, I set off in the electric hydrogen car (Hyundai ix35/Tucson FCEV) heading North to Munich (Bavaria) and beyond that to Weichs.  I was going to be meeting

Innsbruck-Rotterdam (Part 1) Hydrogen Challenge #3 HydroChan

Tyrol (Austria) was the starting point of my Innsbruck-Rotterdam Hydrogen Challenge #3 journey on 11-03-18.  I drove the Hyundai ix35/Tucson FCEV which was the same one as on my Innsbruck-Amsterdam Hydrogen Challenge #1 journey in February 2016. 

Linde hydrogen refuelling stations #HydroChan

On 3 February 2017, Mortimer Schulz, the founder and owner of solutions in energy e.U., drove from Innsbruck to Munich to increase learning experience about HRS on the occasion of three stations with Linde technology in Munich

Hydrogen Challenge #2 Bergen-Bolzano (Day 5)

Day 5 and the last 305 km, but stretching across three countries, namely Germany (Bavaria), Austria (Tyrol) and Italy (South Tyrol).  Final destination:  Bolzano. More FCEVs joined the hydrogen pioneers along the way.  May I introduce, …

Hydrogen Challenge #1 Innsbruck-Amsterdam (Part 2)

On February 16, 2016, Part 2 of the Hydrogen Challenge #1 continued from Innsbruck, Tyrol to Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg at 07:35 a.m. driving 333 kilometres to Stuttgart – Flughafenstrasse 70 arriving at 12:50 a.m. to refuel hydrogen. Hydrogen

Hydrogen Challenge #1 Innsbruck-Amsterdam (Part 1)

On February 16, 2016, the Hydrogen Challenge #1 started in Gschnitztal, Tyrol at 06:45 a.m. at minus 11 degrees Centigrade.  The first hydrogen refuelling was carried out at Innsbruck in Andechsstrasse 83.  And my journey began. Hydrogen