Everfuel plans 19 hydrogen refuelling stations across Denmark by 2023
The company plans to develop a Scandinavian H2 fuelling network that would initially cover south of Trondheim (Norway), south of Stockholm (Sweden) and Denmark.
Everfuel unveils plans to build 19 hydrogen refuelling stations across Denmark for zero-emission transport by the end of 2023, H2 Bulletin reports.
The network will also include sites that Everfuel already developed, such as fuelling stations in Esbjerg, Kolding, Aarhus and Korsor, and H2Station at Amager in Copenhagen planned for operations on 1 July 2021. The Danish H2 station network is part of the company strategic plan to invest € 1.5 billion (US$ 1.8 billion) in developing the green hydrogen value chain in Europe and reach € 1 billion (US$ 1.2 billion) in revenue from its investment before 2030.
The network supports the String initiative for establishing a hydrogen corridor with refuelling stations from Hamburg to Oslo. String initiative is an EU co-financed project with a public-private partnership consisting of around 13 stakeholders in Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
The Danish plan is the third and final segment of the company’s Scandinavian green hydrogen refuelling strategy for clean transportation connecting Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Similar to Denmark, it will announce mapping out sites locations for Norway and Sweden.
The company is now accelerating discussion with all key stakeholders to commercialise hydrogen at scale and decarbonise transport in Scandinavia.
Jacob Krogsgaard, the CEO and founder of Everfuel, said, “The launch of our Danish fuelling network plan completes the framework for our Scandinavian green hydrogen fuelling strategy.”
Alar Metsson, CEO of Toyota Denmark A/S, said, “At Toyota Denmark, we welcome these investments in infrastructure for hydrogen in Denmark and our Nordic neighbours.”