CO2 emissions from semi-trucks must be reduced, and this will be achieved by utilizing hydrogen. This is the train of thought in locations such as California and South Korea, where large investments have been made in recent years in extending hydrogen filling station networks – investments that aim to ensure the establishment of hydrogen energy infrastructure for heavy transport.
This green gamble is now benefiting Danish-Norwegian Nel – a company headquartered in Norway with hydrogen filling station production in Herning, Denmark – which has won further orders for filling station technology.
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