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Hynion unveils plans for Norway’s first public hydrogen station for trucks
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Hynion unveils plans for Norway’s first public hydrogen station for trucks

Hynion will adapt a hydrogen refuelling station in Norway to support hydrogen-powered trucks in a Norwegian first.

Currently located in Mastemyr in Oppegård, Hynion has acquired the station from Ruter and plans to relocate and rebuilt it in a new location.

The station additionally includes a hydrogen production plant meaning the hydrogen used to power the vehicles can be created on site and also be cost effective.

Hynion, which wants to establish 30 hydrogen stations in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, said it is in talks about a suitable location in the Oslo area.

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