PKN Orlen in set to build three public stations for refueling hydrogen vehicles in Poland. The new sites will be built in the cities of Wałbrzych, Poznań and Katowice as part of a recently signed project agreement with the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.
The investment marks another concrete step in the delivery of the company’s full value chain hydrogen strategy. Its ‘Hydrogen Eagle’ project was recently approved by the European Commission under the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) Hy2Use programme and was the only Polish initiative among the select group of 35 projects proposed by applicants from 13 European countries.
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