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Norway: Everfuel and Greenstat to develop hydrogen supply

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Everfuel and Greenstat have teamed up to develop a commercially viable hydrogen supply for Norway’s road, rail, and maritime mobility.

Green hydrogen will be commercially available through the establishment of a robust value chain from production to end-users, according to the agreement signed.

The parties have already identified multiple projects that they are actively pursuing together as part of the agreement, the details of which will be revealed as they develop.

Commenting on the news, Jacob Krogsgaard, CEO of Everfuel, said, “Regional development is essential to get sufficient momentum on rapid implementation of hydrogen across Norway.

“This requires persistent hard project development work, which is exactly what Greenstat is bringing to the cooperation.

“This collaboration will support the development of our Norwegian distribution network with the stated ambition to build 15-20 filling stations in southern Norway before expanding both northwards and with more stations over time.”

Vegard Frihammer, CEO of Greenstat, added, “We are very pleased to formalise our already strong collaboration with Everfuel. We are firm believers in cooperation and partnerships throughout the value chain based on a common understanding of what is required to succeed.

“We look forward to developing robust and competitive solutions together with Everfuel making hydrogen available to an ever-growing market.”

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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