Everfuel wants to develop 19 strategically located hydrogen fuelling sites in Denmark by the end of 2023.
The company today (May 25) confirmed such ambitions as part of its hydrogen station roll-out plan, through which it wants to support trucks, buses and cars travelling through the main traffic corridors in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Plans for the Danish part of the hydrogen network fall under Everfuel’s ramp-up phase which include a €1.5bn ($1.8bn) investment to develop the green hydrogen value chain in Europe.
Commenting on the station plans, Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO and Founder of Everfuel, said, “The launch of our Danish fuelling network plan completes the framework for our Scandinavian green hydrogen fuelling strategy.
“We are committed to lead the roll-out of solutions for safe production, distribution and fuelling of green hydrogen to end-customers starting with our home markets in Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
“Based on these plans, we are now accelerating dialogues with all relevant stakeholders to commercialise hydrogen at scale and decarbonise transport in Scandinavia.”
Today’s announcement follows Everfuel’s recently formalised collaboration with Cabonline and Toyota to deliver 100 hydrogen taxis in Oslo by the end of 2022.
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