A Swedish hydrogen station that has been closed for the past year is set to undergo an upgrade and be reopened to the public.
Hynion this week signed an agreement to purchase the station in Gothernburg from Woikoski.
With this acquisition, Hynion will have four hydrogen stations in its portfolio.
“The takeover of Gothenburg Station is a good opportunity for Hynion to establish itself as a supplier of hydrogen fuel also in Sweden,” said General Manager Ulf Hafseld.
“Hydrogen represents an important zero-emission fuel that society is in dire need of in the transition the transport industry will undergo in the coming years.”
“With this acquisition, we will be able to quickly implement our plans in Sweden.”
Following an upgrade, the station will be reopened and operated by Hynion Sverige. A date for the reopening has not yet been yet, Hynion said.