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Everfuel expands green hydrogen network

Danish firm is to meet growing demand for the fuel with fourth refuelling station in Copenhagen

Danish firm Everfuel is to construct a fourth green hydrogen fuelling station in Copenhagen to meet growing demand. The firm reports high demand at its existing two regular capacity fuelling stations, providing the incentive to supplement its first high-capacity station, which is under construction, with a second. While the firm has received capex subsidies from the Danish government, market signals alone are justifying the investment, CEO Jacob Krogsgaard tells Hydrogen Economist. “We can make the business case without any operational subsidy support,” he says. “We can make business case without subsidy” Krogsgaard, Everfuel When the two new high-capacity stations are operat

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