Everfuel awarded €7.67m to build eight hydrogen refuelling stations in Northern Europe

Danish green hydrogen company, Everfuel has today (September 13) revealed it has received a €7.67m ($7.67m) grant to partially fund eight hydrogen refuelling stations in Germany, Sweden, and Denmark.

Coming as part of the GREATER4H project, led by STRING, which plans to deploy a total of 14 hydrogen refuelling stations along a key traffic corridor from Hamburg, Germany to Oslo, Norway, the Everfuel stations will see one built in Germany, two in Sweden, and five in Denmark.

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