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Everfuel opens new station in Oslo, Norway

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Global Hydrogen Review,

Everfuel has opened a new hydrogen refuelling station at Alnabru in Oslo, Norway. The station supports Everfuel’s ambition of rolling out a hydrogen infrastructure across Northern Europe.

In 2020 Everfuel won a tender from Oslo Municipality with the ambition of building an energy station in the Oslo area. That station has now been built and is open to the public. The capacity of the station will gradually be scaled up to meet increased requirements from expanding fleets of hydrogen vehicles.

“It is our second station in the Oslo area, and we are happy to offer more flexibility for the ones driving hydrogen vehicles in the Norwegian capital. As more zero-emission vehicles are launched, we will expand the station’s capacity, so that even more cars and trucks can run on green fuel without any nuisance from noise or emissions,” says Jacob Krogsgaard, the CEO of Everfuel.

Oslo Municipality is also welcoming the station.

"We are happy to be able to offer hydrogen refuelling within the municipality. We would like to thank Everfuel for creating this option. The station will ensure that hydrogen passenger vehicles and taxis have better fuelling options in the capital area. In the longer run, the station will play a key role in transitioning the heavy-duty vehicles to run on hydrogen. It is vital to succeed with changing fossil-based trucks and busses to zero-emission fuels if we are to reach our ambition of reducing the city’s emissions with 95 % before 2030,” says Petter N. Christiansen, Mobility Advisor at Klimaetaten.

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