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Two more hydrogen stations planned for South Korea

Two more hydrogen stations planned for South Korea

Hydrogen Energy Network (HyNet) has ordered two more hydrogen stations worth €2.7m from Nel Korea, as the special purpose company works towards its goal of 100 stations in South Korea by 2022.

“With the latest purchase order, we’re up to a total of 12 H2Station orders in Korea in 2019,” said Jens Egholt, Global Sales Director for Nel Hydrogen Fueling.

“We are very pleased with this progress, and happy that we can continue to help establish a solid network of hydrogen fuelling stations in Korea.”

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

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