Coming as part of the GREATER4H project, led by STRING, which plans to deploy a total of 14 hydrogen refuelling stations along a key traffic corridor from Hamburg, Germany to Oslo, Norway, the Everfuel stations will see one built in Germany, two in Sweden, and five in Denmark.

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The funding has been provided through the EU Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Facility (AFIF) programme, which is hoped to support the roll-out of hydrogen infrastructure across Northern Europe.

H2 View understands all the stations will be able to supply hydrogen from 350 and 700 bar dispensers, facilitating the refuelling of passenger and heavy-duty vehicles.

Commenting on the funding, Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of Everfuel, said, With the funding from CEF we are one step closer to decarbonise the European road transport. Rolling out a network of accessible hydrogen stations is key to solving the “chicken or egg” issue and offering an alternative to driving on fossil fuels.

“We are happy to contribute to achieving both European and national emission reduction targets and have already secured the location for two of the eight stations.”

STING is a membership organisation connecting local German, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian governments to collaborate on the development of cross-border infrastructure to facilitate the green transition in the transport sector.

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