Nel awarded funding for expansion of Danish hydrogen station network


Nel ASA has been granted more than NOK 7.5m ($930,000) in funding for the establishment of hydrogen (H2) refuelling stations in Sønderborg and Herning.

The station in Sønderborg will service an initial fleet of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) owned by Sønderborg Forsyning, and the station in Herning will service a fleet of vehicles for Herning Kommune as well as other vehicles operated locally.

In addition to the infrastructure funding, there is also funding available for FCEVs, among those a taxi fleet. After completion of the stations, Denmark will have 12 fuelling stations in operation. 

Jacob Krogsgaard, Senior Vice-President of Nel Hydrogen Solutions, said, “Denmark holds a unique position with regards to H2 infrastructure. Through the funding of ‘Brintpuljen’ this position will be strengthened even further.”

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