Strandmøllen has purchased one of Denmark’s first privately-owned Fuel Cell Vehicles, thus taking co-responsibility for the future progress of sustainable transport.
The company is also unveiling its hydrogen fuelling station, next to its air separation plant on the Danish island of Fyn, where Strandmøllen operates Denmark’s only electrolysis plant for the production of sustainable hydrogen. Hydrogen is a strong alternative to fossil fuels in cars. Especially now as the years to come, it will be possible to refuel across vast areas of Denmark, in connection with Strandmøllen’s partnership with OK a.m.b.a. and H2 Logic A/S. It is, therefore, natural to go one step further and establish Strandmøllens own hydrogen station, as well to start the switch from fossil fuels to Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCV).
“Here at Strandmøllen, we are convinced that Fuel Cell Vehicles will make a breakthrough in the Danish market over the coming years. In the long-term, we believe that private car owners will also choose to buy Fuel Cell Vehicles. With our investment in hydrogen cars and more hydrogen fuelling stations, we hope to be part of kick-starting this breakthrough,” says Strandmøllen’s Market Director, Lars Laursen.
Up until now, a number of Fuel Cell Vehicles have been bought by Danish municipalities for use by home care. Strandmøllen will thus be one of the first private companies in the country to drive Fuel Cell Vehicles.
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