Sweden: Plans announced for 15 new hydrogen stations

Sweden: Plans announced for 15 new hydrogen stations

Plans have been unveiled for 15 new hydrogen stations to be developed across Sweden as part of Everfuel’s Scandinavian green hydrogen fuelling strategy.

The station developer revealed the second section of its strategy on Tuesday (27th April), through which it will focus on strategically placing 15 stations in Sweden by the end of 2023.

Such network will comprise of sites developed by Everfuel, as well as stations in the partly EU funded Nordic Hydrogen Corridor initiative, developed in collaboration with the project partners Statkraft, Toyota, Hyundai and Hydrogen Sweden.

The initiative, aiming at deploying up to eight fuelling stations and associated hydrogen production- and distribution infrastructure, is co-financed via Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).

Under its Scandinavian green hydrogen fuelling strategy, Everfuel hopes to connect the main traffic corridors in Sweden, Norway and Denmark with hydrogen stations.

Read more: Everfuel wants to establish 15 hydrogen stations in Norway by 2023

“Everfuel is at the vanguard of the green transition in Scandinavia and Europe by integrating and optimising the green hydrogen value chain for zero emission mobility,” said Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO and Founder of Everfuel.

“We consider Sweden, Norway and Denmark our home market and are committed to lead the roll-out of solutions at scale for safe hydrogen production, distribution and fuelling to end-customers.

“The Nordic Hydrogen Corridor project is an important part of this plan which will require substantial investments, partnerships with end-users and vehicle-providers, and public financial backing.”

Plans for a Swedish hydrogen network are all part of Everfuel’s ramp-up phase of the announced plan to invest €1.5bn ($1.8bn) in the development of a green hydrogen value chain in Europe and reach €1bn ($1.2bn) of revenue from sale of hydrogen fuel to buses, trucks and cars before 2030.

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