New hydrogen fuel stations coming to Germany

Hydrogen Fuel Refueling Station Freiburg Germany

Government takes an aggressive step to establish a hydrogen fuel infrastructure Germany is beginning to lead the way in establishing a comprehensive hydrogen fuel infrastructure in Europe. The country has been a major source of support for hydrogen fuel in the region, powering the research and development of fuel cells. It has also been a vital part of the development of the European Hydrogen Highway, a network of hydrogen fuel stations located throughout the European Union. Now, the German government has shifted its focus, aiming to bolster the country’s own…

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Norway’s third hydrogen station finds a home in Oslo

Hydrogen Refueling Station

A third hydrogen fuel station has taken root in Oslo, Norway, last month. The capital is home to the country’s densest collection of hydrogen-powered vehicles and is looking to prepare the roads for new vehicles coming in 2013. To mark the occasion, Korean automaker Hyundai brought two fuel cell vehicles to the region. The third fueling station will help establish hydrogen infrastructure currently being built throughout Europe, which is often referred to as the Hydrogen Highway. While Norway’s hydrogen fleet is entirely comprised of 17 vehicles, more cars are expected…

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