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Two new hydrogen stations for Korea

Two new hydrogen stations for Korea

A special purpose company established to roll out 100 hydrogen stations in Korea by 2022 has ordered two H2Station®’s from Nel Korea.

Korea has a national ambition to have more than 300 hydrogen stations operational by 2022 and Hydrogen Energy Network (HyNet) will contribute towards this goal.

Nel Korea, a Nel ASA subsidiary, has invested €0.8m in HyNet and simultaneously received the €2.7m purchase order.

“With a total of 10 H2Station orders in Korea so far in 2019, it’s quickly becoming one of our most important markets for fuelling stations,” said Jon André Løkke, CEO of Nel.

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