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Everfuel to launch hydrogen vehicle fuelling network in Denmark

New network supports EU initiative to create hydrogen corridor from Hamburg to Oslo

Everfuel has unveiled plans to roll out a green hydrogen refuelling network in Denmark, setting a target of having 19 stations fully operational by the end of 2023. The new network will form part of the Danish company’s hydrogen fuelling strategy for trucks, buses and cars across Scandinavia. The network will include sites already developed by Everfuel, including fuelling stations in Esbjerg, Kolding, Aarhus and Korsor, as well as a  high-capacity station at Amager in Copenhagen, which is set to start operations in July. “We are now accelerating dialogues with all relevant stakeholders to commercialise hydrogen at scale and decarbonise transport in Scandinavia” Krogsgaard, Everfu



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