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H2 Energy and Phillips 66 to build 250 hydrogen refueling stations by 2026

Denmark, Germany and Austria are among the targets in a network of hydrogen refueling stations that will incorporate both new and existing Jet stations.

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Swiss H2 Energy and Phillips 66, which owns the Jet network of gas stations, will set up 250 hydrogen refueling stations in the coming years.

Towards 2026, stations will be built in Denmark, Austria and Germany, informs H2 Energy in a press release.

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