The EU programme, Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), has granted the STRING chair €12.4 million in funding to construct 12 new hydrogen fuel stations across European borders, titled Project ‘GREATER4H’.
The project oversees the development of hydrogen fuel stations across the borders of Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Heavy-duty vehicles will be able to shift to hydrogen fuel, leaving diesel trucks in the past from 2025, while vehicles already powered by hydrogen will be able to refuel en-route.
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