Now the owner of three hydrogen stations across the country, located in Gothenburg, Stockholm and Sandviken, Hynion wants to continue developing in the sector and support more and more zero-emissions vehicles as they hit the roads.
Already, the company has said it will support two new hydrogen-powered buses that are operation in Sandviken for transportation company Transdev, that will soon be put into regular traffic on the behalf of X-trafik
Under a previously inked collaboration between X-trafik, Linde and Hynion, the buses were refuelled in December to complete the initial testing. Hynion will continue to be responsible for refuelling when the buses go into regular traffic.
lavica Djuric, Managing Director of Hynion Sweden, added, “We note that there is great interest in using hydrogen in Sandviken and that several players have already started using hydrogen cars.
“When the first buses come into operation, we see that Sandviken is a place where we can build up volumes at the station early. We will work actively with the local players to ensure a positive development for hydrogen as a fuel in the region.
Fredrik Beckius, Business Manager of Gävleborg and Hälsingland at Transdev Sverige AB, added, “We are pleased that Hynion is taking over the hydrogen station in Sandviken. Having competent and reliable players throughout the chain is crucial for the successful operation of our two hydrogen buses.”
Making hydrogen happen
This March, H2 View will explore A Climate for Action and Investment in Europe in an immersive event that features some of the leading stakeholders and influencers in hydrogen, as well as a return to in-person networking and the opportunity to meet the Women in Hydrogen driving the agenda forward.
Taking place in Munich, Germany, confirmed speakers already include the Hydrogen Council, Hydrogen Europe, Clean Hydrogen Partnership, FiveT Hydrogen, Airbus, Nel and Michelin.
Further information on the event, agenda and confirmed speakers can be found here.
To book your ticket, click here.