Everfuel on Friday (March 11) announced the opening of the site that will supply green hydrogen produced in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark.

Buses are currently the focus for the site, however, the location could also be scaled to refuel other fuel cell vehicles, such as trucks, in the near future.

Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO at Everfuel, said, “The station in Heinenoord is one of the largest hydrogen stations in Europe. Building such a station with the support of the visionary collaborators, has been a great pleasure.

“It truly demonstrates that the energy transition is happening now, and that green hydrogen is a sustainable energy carrier on the way to reaching fossil-free transportation.”

Ben Dwars, Regional Director at Connexxion, added, “We are delighted to contribute to the decarbonisation of the public transport in the province of Zuid-Holland. Adopting new technologies to fight climate change is something we take great pride in, and we look forward to operating the fleet of hydrogen buses.”

Buses that are currently being refilled at the site have been co-funded by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership as part of the JIVE 2 project.


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