Hydrogen is now available for FCEVs in Sweden.

Hydrogen is now available for FCEVs in Sweden.
On the 9:th of June Next Move delivered an important milestone when the Hydrogen Refuelling Station in Malmö was inaugurated.

The ribbon cutting was done by Pontus Lindberg (Conservative) and Monika Ekström (Green), Members of the Regional Executive Board in Skåne, together with Lari Pitkä-Kangas (Green), Deputy Mayor of the City of Malmö.

Some 350 bar stations have been operated in Stockholm and Malmö earlier in other projects. Now we have a 700 bar HRS for the first time in Sweden and funding for two years of operation is already in place.

Lucie Tonnellier, Air Liquide, gave a speech followed by a panel discussion between David Bjerkdahl, Hyundai, Cecilia Wallmark, Sweco, and Björn Aronsson, Hydrogen Sweden. Moderator during the event was Anna Alexandersson, SP.

The HRS buitlt within the Next Move project is more than the first HRS in Sweden operating wit 700 bar: it is the first HRS procured in Sweden.

Initialy the intention was to make a common procurement in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Differences in the legislation however made it impossible. Stations had to be procured separately in each country.

More photos on Next Moves Flickr-page.

After the opening we made an interview with Lucie Tonnelier from Air Liquide.

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