TECO 2030 partners with Narvik Hydrogen; Everfuel hydrogen station in Heinenoord
The hydrogen community believe in collaboration to accelerate the introduction of hydrogen as an energy carrier across different sectors.
TECO2030 has signed a letter of intent with Norwegian energy company Narvik Hydrogen to cooperate on relevant projects to develop a complete hydrogen value chain.
The two parties will discover, evaluate, and participate in relevant projects as part of the agreement. Narvik Hydrogen will provide green hydrogen to be used as fuel for the fuel cells developed by TECO2030.
The agreement will help Teco supply hydrogen to its customers in the Northern Norway region to offer complete infrastructure hydrogen projects. When ships or other large applications replace their traditional combustion engines running on fossil fuels with fuel cells fuelled by green hydrogen, they can become completely emissions-free.
Everfuel hydrogen station in Heinenoord
The new heavy-duty hydrogen refuelling station built by Everfuel in Heinenoord, South Holland, started dispensing hydrogen for a fleet of 20 hydrogen buses from Connexxion, co-funded by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership as part of the JIVE 2 project.
Everfuel will be supplying the station with green hydrogen produced at sites in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark for 12 years.
The station in Heinenoord is one of the largest hydrogen stations in Europe. It was realised through a close collaboration between the province of Zuid-Holland, the municipality of Hoeksche Waard, Connexxion, which operates the buses; and where Everfuel built and will operate the station.
The station can accommodate over 50 fuel cell buses in a redundant setup. The station can be scaled up to accommodate the fuelling of other fuel cell vehicles such as trucks in the future.