New hydrogen station opened in South Korea

Special purpose company Hydrogen Energy Network (HyNet) has completed a new hydrogen station in Sejong, South Korea.

Located at the Sejong Government Complex, the station has capacity to fill 60 cars a day and is the second example of a station build by Hyundai Motor Company at a major facility.

It is scheduled to operate 12 hours a day from 8am to 8pm, 6 days a week (closed on Sundays).

“We hope that the hydrogen charging station built at the government’s Sejong building, which is the centre of the administration of our country, will serve as an opportunity to resolve vague anxiety about hydrogen and change public awareness of safety,” said Deputy Minister Hong Jeong-ki of the Ministry of Environment at the opening ceremony on 31st August.

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