The public-private Greater4H hydrogen northern Europe infrastructure project has been outlining its plans to attendees at COP28 in Dubai this week.
Up to 14 hydrogen refuelling stations are in development across northern Europe, from Oslo to Hamburg, backed by €12.4m EU funding (30%). Two in Norway, which have been privately financed, are now up and running. Germany, Denmark and Sweden will have four apiece.
The partnership, which officially launched in October 2022, aims to fill in the ‘white spots’ of alternative fuel infrastructure for heavy duty vehicles with hydrogen technology, to support increased market share for green hydrogen, which is being produced by Hynion, Everfuel and GP Joule, who are working with a range of regional public entities.
Speaking to H2 View from their stand at the Climate Action Innovation Zone in Madinat Jumeirah, Consultant Marie Floystad Dahl (pictured right) said, “The stations aim to be up by 2026, although there have been some delays in the market.”
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