H2 Logic Delivers Fourth Hydrogen Station in Twelve Months
14 Jun 2012
A hydrogen refuelling station from H2 Logic has been commissioned at the Akershus Energy Park in Lilleström, Norway. In a world first, the station is supplied by hydrogen produced from domestic waste.
The hydrogen station is owned by HyNor Lillestrøm AS, a joint venture between the local energy company Akershus Energi, various local organisations and Skedsmo municipality. A wide range of hydrogen technologies will be developed and tested at the Akershus Energy Park and the station is therefore part of a larger development effort in the Lilleström area. Various hydrogen production and compression technologies are to be tested, including the production of hydrogen from domestic waste.
This is the fourth 700 bar hydrogen refuelling station supplied by H2 Logic within the last year, and the Danish company has become one of the names to watch in this area. H2 Logic has been focusing on standardising and streamlining its product offering, resulting in the H2Station® which conforms to the joint refuelling standards adopted worldwide such as SAE J2601 and a three-minute fill-up. This is important for the company’s ongoing efforts to bring prices down and for the positioning of H2 Logic to serve a global market.
H2 Logic also produces fuel cell systems for material handling vehicles (H2Drive®). It is a profitable company and has been recognised as being among the fastest growing companies in Denmark in 2010 and 2011. It expects to deliver its next station to Copenhagen in early 2013.
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