Hynion, H2X Global join forces to fast-track hydrogen transport in Sweden


Scandinavian hydrogen fuel station developer Hynion will work alongside Australian hydrogen fuel cell vehicle manufacturer H2X Global (H2X) to establish commercial fleets of hydrogen—powered vehicles and develop the infrastructure required to keep them running.

Having led hydrogen refuelling station development in cities across Sweden including Gothenburg, Stockholm Arlanda and Sandviken, Hynion aims to link its existing – and future – infrastructure with H2X’s ambitions to manufacture commercial hydrogen vehicles.

According to the vehicle manufacturer, it has already secured orders for a number of vehicle in Gothenburg – a city that is quickly becoming a hub for hydrogen infrastructure development.

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