Toyota and PGNiG to advance hydrogen technologies in Poland

Toyota Motor Poland and Polish Oil and Gas Company (PGNiG) have joined forces to advance hydrogen technologies in Poland.

Announced today, the agreement intends to introduce hydrogen as a clean fuel for zero emission fuel cell vehicles in the Polish market and will see the construction of a hydrogen refuelling station.

Jerzy Kwieciński, President of the PGNiG Management Board, said, “The launch of a pilot hydrogen refuelling station will be PGNiG’s first step in the implementation of the Group’s hydrogen programme.”

“In testing the station, we will work with Toyota, a partner with a strong reputation in the automotive industry and a leading manufacturer of hydrogen-powered vehicles. I am confident this partnership will contribute to successful advancement of the hydrogen fuel market in Poland.”

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