Where does the green hydrogen at the airport come from?

Here is the answer!

We have concluded a cooperation agreement with the integrated energy supplier GP JOULE in order to jointly promote the use of renewable energy solutions in aviation.

This cooperation means an important step towards the future of green aviation and the efficient use of renewable energies, even in air traffic.
Emission-free flying with aircraft from APUS Group and 100% green hydrogen from GP JOULE Gruppe JOULE will revolutionize aviation!
With the help of GP JOULE, the infrastructure for the production, transport and filling of 100% green hydrogen will soon be available at many airports.
Together, a network for filling aircraft at various airports is to be set up.

Phillip Scheffel, CEO of the APUS Group, is enthusiastic about this new cooperation: “Together with GP JOULE, we will not only provide green hydrogen for the supply of our aircraft, but also the associated infrastructure for emission-free aviation as part of the overall mobility on the base of renewable energies!”

“With green hydrogen, we can already replace fossil fuels in many areas: in local public transport, in heavy goods transport and together with APUS Group, also in aviation in the future. We are pleased to be taking another step towards CO2-free mobility and on our way to 100% renewable energies for everyone with this cooperation agreement,” says André Steinau, Managing Director at GP JOULE HYDROGEN.


As an integrated energy supplier, GP JOULE is active in all areas of the energy value chain: from generation to use – and from advice on financing and project planning to construction and service. GP JOULE produces and markets wind and solar power, green hydrogen and heat and uses the energy where it is most effective: in electric and hydrogen mobility, in households and in industry. This is how GP JOULE has been shaping the energy system with a future in Europe since 2009 from Germany. For a safe, independent and sustainable energy supply. For 100% renewable energy for everyone.

GP JOULE was awarded the German Mobility Prize 2022 for the eFarm hydrogen mobility project.