Hynion and Premac have agreed to cooperate for the manufacturing of hydrogen filling stations, H2 Bulletin reports.
Hynion builds the design, establishment and operation of hydrogen filling stations in and around the largest cities in Scandinavia. Premac has 40 years of experience in designing and constructing many different types of fuel filling stations.
The collaboration is ideal for both partners. Hynion can benefit from the deal as it aims to build a large number of hydrogen filling stations in the coming years. So, it is crucial for the company to be able to work with an experienced station builder. The collaboration will result in a good and efficient production of hydrogen filling stations, which will reduce costs.
Ulf Hafseld, CEO of Hynion, said, “Our hydrogen technology has been verified over many years of operation and is based on solid experience from the process industry. It has proven to be a robust and secure solution with a very high uptime.”
Emil Anderson, the CEO of Premac, “Hydrogen filling stations require special expertise, and we get it from Hynion. So we can combine different experiences and create new products that are adapted for the fuel of the future.”
Previously, Hynion and Greenlogix agreed to form a joint venture to commercialise new production technology to produce hydrogen for the Hynions hydrogen filling station and solid-state carbon as a second product line.