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Black Horse H2 truck network plan scaled back

Originally slated to involve the four central European Visegrad Group countries, the project is now focused on the Czech Republic and Slovakia where interest is strongest

The Slovak company behind an ambitious project to build a €5.8bn ($7bn) hydrogen truck fleet and refuelling network in central Europe hopes the scheme can qualify for European Commission funding, from its important projects of common European interest (IPCEI) scheme. Central Europe’s Black Horse project had involved plans to develop, install and operate a hydrogen production and distribution network across the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland. This quartet form the Visegrad Group, a political alliance within the EU. “Hydrogen is so hot right now, it is not difficult to find financing or investors even in these tough times” Halasz, Bioway Yet a muted response from d

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