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Norway to support hydrogen charging stations

Norwegian drivers don't have many options for charging their hydrogen cars. The few companies which have invested in charging stations cannot make a profit on them, but a new scheme aims to change this.

Norway's government has passed a five-year subsidy plan for companies which want to develop the infrastructure for hydrogen cars, reports Bloomberg.

There are currently only three hydrogen charging stations in the Oslo area, but with the current prices, it is not possible to make either existing or new investments commercially viable.

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