Everfuel and Nel win grant for mobile hydrogen refueling station

In cooperation with Force Technology, the two hydrogen companies plan joint development of a mobile hydrogen refueling station meant to ease deployment of H2 infrastructure.

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Establishing hydrogen refueling stations can be an demanding affair, which is why three sector players now move to ease such efforts. Plans involve Everfuel, Nel and Force Technology, the joint undertaking of which has received DKK 7.4m (EUR 994,721) to create solution for transportable H2 refueling as a part of the Trekant H2-station project.

Such a setup could help improve flexibility and accelerate the establishment of hydrogen infrastructure. At present, getting needed infrastructure in place can be cumbersome, with today’s hydrogen stations requiring on-site construction as well as longer-term lease and offtake deals. The three partners seek to avoid such hassle with their product.

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