As per ESG Today, TEAL Mobility wants to deploy over 100 of these stations across major European roads by the end of the next decade, creating Europe's first transcontinental network of hydrogen refill pumps for heavy-duty vehicles. Starting later this year, the company wants to operate 20 stations across countries such as France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

To meet sustainability requirements in the mobility sectors, a number of truck manufacturers already started manufacturing fuel cell-powered models, such as DAF, Daimler Truck and Volvo Trucks.

TEAL Mobility announced Florentin de Loppinot as CEO, his history in the energy industry going back 25 years in TotalEnergies. He said that "we believe the best way to predict the hydrogen future is to create it. TEAL Mobility is committed to fast-tracking hydrogen mobility."

The launch of TEAL Mobility was announced by TotalEnergies and Air Liquide last year, stating that the new joint venture would use the expertise in managing a network of fueling stations, as well as the supply chain required to obtain the necessary hydrogen.