Nel Hydrogen Solutions to build a new hydrogen fuel station in Sweden

New hydrogen station to be built in Marlestad Nel Hydrogen Solutions has made a deal with the City of Marlestad in Sweden to build a new hydrogen fuel station. The new station will be located in a high traffic area and will complete the hydrogen network connection amongst Scandinavian capitals. Clean transportation has been growing in popularity throughout the region. Countries are looking to embrace clean vehicles in order to limit emissions production and meet environmental goals established over the past few years. Cities are looking to bolster their hydrogen…

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New hydrogen fuel study project to launch in Sweden

PowerCell partners with other companies to launch promising new project PowerCell Sweden, a company specializing in hydrogen fuel, has launched a new study project that is aimed at the development of a new system that is able to store and produce hydrogen through the use of excess electrical power. This energy would be generated through wind and solar power systems that have already been developed in Sweden. Fuel cells will be using the hydrogen fuel generated through this system to produce backup electrical power. Surplus clean energy can be used…

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New hydrogen fuel station to open in Gothenburg, Sweden

New fueling station scheduled to open on October 26 of this year Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden, now has its own hydrogen fuel station, which is expected to begin public service on October 26 of this year. The fueling station has been developed by PowerCell Sweden, Hydrogen Sweden, Sweco AB, and Oy Woikoski. These companies have worked together to bring new technology to the country and help develop a hydrogen infrastructure. This infrastructure is needed in order for fuel cell vehicles to find success, but very few of…

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Sweden’s largest hydrogen fuel station is now open

AGA officially opens Sweden’s largest hydrogen station, largest in Stockholm Sweden’s largest hydrogen fuel station has been opened by AGA, a subsidiary of the Linde Group. The fueling station is also the first to be opened in Stockholm and will supply fuel to those with fuel cell vehicles. These vehicles have yet to see widespread commercial release in Sweden, but the country is expected to become a prominent market for fuel cell vehicles in the near future, especially as new fuel stations are developed. New fueling station will provide much…

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New hydrogen fuel station being built in Sweden

Sweden is working to bolster its hydrogen infrastructure with new fuel station Some of the world’s largest automakers have plans to release hydrogen-powered vehicles in the coming years, and some countries are taking steps to ensure that these vehicles have the support they need to be successful. Sweden is one of the countries. For several years now, Sweden has been interested in embracing hydrogen fuel as a viable energy source. Several government initiatives have been launched to support the adoption of hydrogen and help establish an infrastructure for fuel cell…

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Hydrogen fuel cell developer announces new range extender

PowerCell has designed a new range extender for electric vehicles PowerCell, a leading fuel cell developer based in Sweden, has announced that it has made a new range extender for electric vehicles. As clean transportation becomes more popular, electric vehicles are beginning to attract more attention. These vehicles are often favored because they produce no harmful emissions, but there are concerns regarding their efficiency. Conventional electric vehicles have relatively limited operational range, which is why range extenders are needed in the clean transportation space. MoRE Zero project aims to make…

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PowerCell showcases hydrogen fuel cell technology to President Obama

President Obama shows interest in Sweden’s hydrogen fuel cell technology U.S. President Barack Obama recently journeyed to Sweden and requested to study some of the country’s innovative clean technologies. The President has been showing strong interest in renewable energy in recent years, hoping to find ways to reduce the U.S.’ reliance on foreign sources of energy. Much of the support that has been directed at renewable energy comes from numerous research organizations associated with the federal government and the Department of Energy. During the president’s trip to Sweden, he was…

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