A charging station is obvious for Tesla supercharging locations, or for other EV only charge locations, but it seems shell will also be providing hydrogen and biofuels. Answers on a postcard.....
It is also interesting to see just how much Shell and other petrol producers/retailers really buy into new mobility, and how much is just playing the game. Companies like ENGIE have shown real leadership in the move from traditional to decentralised power solutions and eMobiliy, who else will follow?
Royal Dutch Shell is preparing to open Britain’s first “no-petrol” service station in the capital next year as part of its drive towards cleaner motoring. The forecourt is expected to offer motorists biofuels, electric vehicle charge points and hydrogen cell refuelling instead of traditional petrol and diesel pumps. Meanwhile, the buildings are due to be powered by renewable energy from solar panels on the forecourt roof.