Nordic hydrogen refuelling network plans in Norway’s north

A Nordic partnership has set its sights on building hydrogen refuelling stations in Norway’s northern-most region, Finnmark.

Varanger KraftHydrogen AS and Norwegian Hydrogen AS, today (May 31), revealed plans to initially establish three-four stations in the east of the region to create a ‘hydrogen corridor’ between Berlevåg and Kirkenes.

The companies plan to utilise Finnmark’s locally produced hydrogen from Varanger’s Berlevåg facility which has a capacity to produce one tonne of green hydrogen per day, which the company says could fill 200 hydrogen-powered passenger cars every day.

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