PPP to build hydrogen fuelling stations
The governments of Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway (String) have initiated a cross-border public/private partnership with six private companies to invest in a series of hydrogen fuelling stations between Hamburg (Germany) and Oslo (Norway).
The partners have jointly applied for EU/CEF funding for the project, called Greater 4 H. If approved, the project will accelerate the deployment of hydrogen vehicles in the entire megaregion and make northern Europe a global frontrunner in the green transition of road transport, the initiators said.
The private partners Everfuel, Hynion and GP Joule will build and operate the refuelling stations, while Quantron will supply hydrogen vehicles in different weight categories. (ben)