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Hynion takes a leading role in Sweden’s hydrogen mobility market
© Hynion
Hynion takes a leading role in Sweden’s hydrogen mobility market
© Hynion

Hynion takes a leading role in Sweden’s hydrogen mobility market

There’s been a switch up in Sweden’s hydrogen mobility market, with Hynion today (Jan 17) being named as the country’s largest hydrogen supplier for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), having acquired Linde’s hydrogen station in Sandviken.

Now the owner of three hydrogen stations across the country, located in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Sandviken, Hynion wants to continue developing in the sector and support more and more zero-emissions vehicles as they hit the roads.

Already, the company has said it will support two new hydrogen-powered buses that are operation in Sandviken for transportation company Transdev, that will soon be put into regular traffic on the behalf of X-trafik

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