Everfuel inks MoU on Swedish partnership

Everfuel has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Swedish Karlstads Energi on a partnership focused on developing a hydrogen hub in Sweden.

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Everfuel is setting the stage for more business in Sweden where the Danish company has signed an MoU with Karlstads Energi. The two parties will explore the commercial and technical viability of a 20MW electrolysis unit as part of the initial phase of developing a hydrogen hub in Karlstad.

In a press release, Everfuel informs that the plan for the facility includes production of green hydrogen, supply of excess heat for local district heating owned and operated by Karlstads Energi as well as utilization of the produced oxygen for industrial purposes and supply of green fuel for mobility and industry partners.

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