Sweden receives unique investment to develop a 24-station strong hydrogen refuelling structure by 2025

Sweden has received a huge boost to its hydrogen sector today (Dec 10) with Nilsson Energy revealing a unique investment that will build a 24-station strong hydrogen refuelling network by 2025.

To boost the nation’s hydrogen prospects, the SEK 515m ($56m) financial support will be provided by The Climate Leap (Klimatklivet) with Nilsson Energy together with REH2 set to take the reins on the game-changing project for Sweden.

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