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Launched in 2018, MissionH24 is a collaborative project between the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) and the engineering consultancy GreenGT that aims to create a dedicated category for hydrogen-powered electric vehicles at the 24 Hours of Le Mans event in 2024. Its ambition is clear: accelerating research and development for this type of energy to achieve zero-emission mobility. It was a natural step for Total to link up with this ambitious project, which is perfectly aligned with the Group’s commitments.

Total, lead partner for MissionH24

Total mission H24 ambience during 24h WEC in Le Mans, France, from June 12 - 16

As the ACO’s partner and fuel supplier for the World Endurance Championship until 2023, Total was positioned as the ideal partner to meet Mission H24’s energy needs. This programme represents a unique opportunity for the Group to become a pioneer for the design and development of hydrogen refuelling systems.

This major challenge has driven our teams of engineers forward each day, with their work and expertise making it possible to develop the world’s first mobile hydrogen refuelling station. The LMPH2G, the hydrogen-powered car developed by GreenGT and raced by the H24 Racing team, a dedicated racing structure set up, was able to take part in open test sessions at the Michelin Le Mans Cup. An opportunity to face real racing conditions for the first time, immersed at the heart of the competitors from this class.

  • 3,4
    to reach 100 kph
  • 450
    refuelling pressure
  • 3
    for a full refuel on average

World’s first mobile hydrogen station

The mobile hydrogen refuelling station developed by Total for racing represents a major technological step forward! It enables a vehicle to reliably and safely refuel with hydrogen in just three minutes. It is mobile and can be redeployed to accompany the prototype and guarantee its supplies at tracks that do not yet have the necessary infrastructures in place.

This innovative station was one of the factors that made it possible for the drivers Olivier Lombard and Norman Nato, supported by our teams, to take part in the free practice sessions during the Michelin Le Mans Cup. Reaching speeds of nearly 300kph and emitting just water vapour, the LMPH2G prototype impressed with its technological and energy performance levels. Successful and promising first steps for everyone involved in this historic adventure.


H24 Racing, LOMBARD Olivier (fra), NATO Norman (fra), action, during the 2019 ELMS European Le Mans Series, 4 Hours of Portugal from October 25 to 27  at Portimao