Everfuel starts hydrogen fueling in Norway with delivery of the Hvam H2 station


In November 2020, Everfuel took over ownership and operation of the hydrogen fuelling station in Hvam, Norway, the first of two fuelling stations it will buy.

This is Everfuel’s first hydrogen station in Norway, and it marks a significant step forward in the company’s green hydrogen fuelling plan for trucks, buses, and cars connecting Scandinavia’s major traffic corridors.

Customers are now asked to participate in continuing testing of various systems, including payment solutions and data transfer, over the next few weeks, after the Hvam station has been tested in recent weeks. This signifies that the station is ready to produce green hydrogen, but there is a chance that availability will be curtailed temporarily.

Due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, the seller’s delivery of fully licensed and licensed stations has been delayed throughout 2021. Everfuel and the vendor are aiming for a third-quarter handover of the second station in sane, near Bergen, pending Covid-19 limits, final clearances, and the seller delivering a fully functional station.

The financial close of the acquisition of the two hydrogen fuelling stations and associated distribution assets in Norway from H2CO AS, an Uno-X owned company, is triggered by the delivery of the Hvam station.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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