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© Calvera
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© Calvera

Two hydrogen refuelling stations planned for Poland

Two hydrogen refuelling stations are set to be built in Poland, as a result of Spain-based Calvera being awarded contracts by Polish engineers Biproraf Spółka z oo Group.

Announced today (June 8), the two stations, planned for the cities of Poznam and Katowice, will serve both heavy-duty and light-duty vehicles, and are hoped to be completed by 2023.

Calvera has said hydrogen will be supplied at 350bar for heavy-duty vehicles, with light-duty vehicles receiving the clean fuel at 700bar. H2 View understands both have a capacity for 1.6 tonnes of hydrogen each day.

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