Hydrogen firm aims to multiply filling stations toward 2030

Before the end of this decade, Norway's Hynion wants to significantly expand the number of its own H2 filling stations. Meanwhile, domestic political ambitions make the company's CEO optimistic about gaining support for the technological rival of battery electric vehicles.

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It pays off to be an early mover.

At least when asking Norwegian company Hynion, which specializes in building and operating hydrogen filling stations, and has years of experience with rapid project execution of the growing market. Such attributes, the firm hopes, will help secure it a place at the top.

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