Norweigan Hydrogen raises capital for hydrogen project in Geirangerfjord

Norweigan Hydrogen has successfully raised NOK 10.3m in new capital for a project aiming to deliver hydrogen to ferries and cruise ships in the Geirangerfjord, as well as other mobility applications.

The Pilot-E project Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub, funded by the Norweigan Research Council and Norway Innovation with a total of NOK 37.6m, will focus on the development of a hydrogen production facility in the Geirangerfjord, one of two World Heritage Fjords in Norway.

The ambition is to achieve zero emission operations by producing green hydrogen locally.

The hydrogen will be produced by renewable surplus hydro power at Hellesylt to power hydrogen fuel cell ferries operating the route Hellesylt -Geiranger.

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