Plans for Czech Republic’s first 3 hydrogen stations confirmed

Czech Republic’s first three public hydrogen stations will be rolled out next year by Unipetrol Group and Bonett Group.

The two companies have signed an agreement for the construction of the stations which will start at the existing Benzina Orlen Group sites in Prague-Barrandov and Litvínov.

Additional hydrogen dispensers will be installed on the forecourt of the Benzina station in Brno, Kaštanova Street.

“I am pleased that after the challenging process of preparations and many paper works, we can finally start building the first three hydrogen refuelling stations in the Czech Republic,” said Tomasz Wiatrak, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Unipetrol Group.

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