Three more hydrogen stations planned for South Korea

Hydrogen Energy Network (HyNet) has ordered three more hydrogen stations worth around €4m from Nel Korea, as the special purpose company works towards its goal of 100 stations in South Korea by 2022.

HyNet was founded in March 2019 by 13 hydrogen industry leaders with the aim of revamping South Korea’s hydrogen charging station construction and operation projects.

Its goal of 100 hydrogen stations by 2022 is part of the national ambition in Korea to have more than 300 stations operational by the same year.

“We are happy to receive the purchase orders for three additional hydrogen fuelling stations. It is another milestone after we went operational with our first H2Station® in Chungbuk province last week,” said Yong-Kyu Lee, Sales Director for Nel Korea.

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