Everfuel A/S announced that collaboration with Nel Hydrogen A/S and Force Technology has received public funding for developing a moveable hydrogen refuelling station to accelerate deployment of infrastructure for zero-emission mobility as part of the Project: Trekant H2-station.
Current hydrogen stations require onsite construction and long-term lease and offtake agreements, which increases lead times and reduces flexibility. Utilising moveable refuelling stations will increase flexibility and enable more rapid deployment of green hydrogen infrastructure.
The total grant amounts to DKK 7.4 million. The funding will be used to convert a stationary high-capacity Nel H2station into a moveable unit, using existing technologies. The award is made in connection with the regional project, Lighthouse South Jutland and other regions of Denmark.
Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of Everfuel, said, “Everfuel is seeking to make the hydrogen technology more versatile to accelerate the needed transition to more sustainable transport. This includes collaborations with partners on developing safe and efficient refuelling technology for stationary and moveable high-capacity stations as well as our own complementary Everfiller solution, created in-house by Everfuel Tech.”
Everfuel is the project manager and is responsible for the development of the moveable station and its deployment together with Nel. Everfuel will deliver green hydrogen to the station from its regional production facilities. Force technology is responsible for the safety and the required regulatory and system approvals.