Busan’s second hydrogen station opens

Busan’s second hydrogen station opens

Hyundai Motor Group and Air Liquide have unveiled a new hydrogen refuelling station in Busan, South Korea.

South Korea has ambitions to build more than 300 hydrogen stations by 2022, and this station is another step closer to that goal.

Designed by Air Liquide, the new station is located in the Daedo Energy bus depot and is the second hydrogen station in Busan.

According to Hyundai, the station has a charging capacity of 25kg/hour, which can buffer more than five hydrogen electric vehicles per hour, and will be operated from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.

Air Liquide Korea will supply three additional hydrogen stations this year – one in Incheon City and two in Gwangju City.

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