Subsidized Hynion to supply green hydrogen for heavy transport in Sweden

The Swedish designer, developer, and operator of hydrogen stations Hynion is set to build two new domestic hydrogen stations with funding provided by the Swedish state. The aim is to supply green hydrogen for heavy transport.

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Before long, motorists won’t just be able to tank up on gasoline and diesel at junctions near Swedish cities Västerås and Jönköping, but also green hydrogen.

Swedish developer Hynion announces the news of two hydrogen stations in a press release issued Friday. The stations will have a daily capacity of 1,500kg of green hydrogen, initially reserved for trucks.

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