Tier One player, Air Liquide, has unveiled a new power to hydrogen (H2) project to accelerate the development of a clean transportation network in Denmark.
The €15m ($16.6m) HyBalance project focuses on producing H2 for transportation by electrolysis and aims to accelerate the clean mobility network in the Scandinavian country.
The development will use Air Liquide’s network of five H2 charging stations throughout Copenhagen Hydrogen Network (CHN), which is jointly owned by Danish company H2 Logic, with plans to introduce more than 60 fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) into circulation.
The French industrial gas giant claims that this will be the first project to demonstrate the complete value chain, from H2 renewable energy production right through to end users.
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