H2 Logic, a hydrogen (H2) facilities manufacturer, has delivered yet another H2 fuelling station in Denmark, bringing the country’s total ownership to nine and further expanding its infrastructure.
The new station is the third to open in the Scandinavian country during the past six months, and is the ninth publicly accessible H2 station operating 24/7. It was officially inaugurated on 3rd March in Kolding, Southern Denmark.
The new station narrows the driving distance to the next nearest station situtated in Hamburg, Germany, to only 150 miles, closing the gap on cross-border H2 driving.
Its H2 is delivered from a central electrolyser plant operated by Strandmøllen but based on technology from H2 Logic’s sister company, NEL-Hydrogen.
It is understood that the entire Danish H2 station network is based solely on H2 produced from electrolysis and electricity procured with CO2 certificates – ensuring a 100% sustainable and zero-emission H2 supply and the highest share in the world for an entire station network.
Earlier this week, NEL Fuel AS, a subsidiary of NEL ASA, and Uno-X formed a joint venture to rollout a minimum of 20 H2 refuelling stations throughout fellow Scandinavian country Norway.