Everfuel launches plan for Norwegian hydrogen fuelling network

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Everfuel launches plan for Norwegian hydrogen fuelling network

The danish company has a plan for southern Norway with an ambition of having up to 15 strategically positioned fuelling sites for zero-emission transport of goods and people operational by end of 2023. The plan is part of the Everfuel’s Scandinavian green hydrogen fuelling strategy for trucks, buses and cars connecting the main traffic corridors in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.

Everfuel plans to develop the Norwegian H2 station network in close cooperation with professional transport sector customers, central and local authorities and relevant public funding programs supporting energy transition and green technology development. It will initially cover Norway south of Trondheim and connect with Everfuel’s H2 stations in Sweden and Denmark.

Development of the Norwegian H2 station network is part of Everfuel’s Ramp-up phase of the announced plan to invest EUR 1.5 billion in developing the green hydrogen value chain in Europe and reach EUR 1 billion of revenue from sale of hydrogen fuel to buses, trucks and cars before 2030.

Everfuel has mapped out the planned H2 station sites in Norway and will now accelerate end-customer dialogues to finalize the roll-out plan and optimize locations based on customer needs and in close cooperation with local authorities.

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Laurent Meillaud

Laurent Meillaud

Freelance automotive journalist and consultant, author as well, focused on technologies and new trends for more than 30 years, convinced that hydrogen is one of the energies for the future.

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