The building committee in Västerås has decided to grant Hynion a building permit for the new construction of a hydrogen refueling station at the STOP128 truck stop in Västerås. It is one of two stations for which Hynion has been granted a grant from the Swedish Energy Agency and which is to be completed in January 2024.
As previously communicated, Hynion has been granted a grant of SEK 61.4 million from the Swedish Energy Agency to build two hydrogen refueling stations with a capacity of 1,500 kg of hydrogen per day. One station is to be built in Västerås, at the STOP128 truck stop, right next to the E18, and the other station is to be built in the Torsvik logistics area in Jönköping. Both stations are to be completed in January 2024.
Slavica Djuric, CEO Hynion Sverige AB said:
We are very happy about the excellent collaboration with the City of Västerås and that we have now received the go-ahead to build a hydrogen refueling station at this strategically important location in Västerås.
“We are convinced that this will be an important and successful project to speed up the replacement of fossil fuels with zero-emission alternatives”.
Approved building permission for Hynion’s hydrogen refueling station in Västerås, August 29, 2023
Source : Hydrogen Central