Hydrogen Denmark (DK: Brintbranchen) hosted Brintbiler.dk’s Annual Conference for the second time in Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District (MD).
Over 60 car enthusiasts gathered in the MD for an intriguing afternoon focused on the three different types of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) driving on Denmark’s roads. The Toyota Mirai, Hyundai ix35 and the recently introduced Honda Clarity, are dominating the Danish hydrogen transport market.
The day also marked the official end of Denmark’s participation in the HyFIVE project, in which more than 40 FCEVs have been delivered to customers and two innovative hydrogen refueling stations (HRS) are successfully operating in the cities of Aarhus and Korsør.
The HyFIVE project has supported the expansion of Denmark’s HRS infrastructure, and was integral in making the country the first nation in the world to have a nationwide HRS network. Denmark now has a total of 11 HRSs strategically placed across the country, offering sustainable and accessible infrastructure to its 6 million citizens.
Denmark’s hydrogen refuelling station network – 2017
Although this marked the end of the HyFIVE project, Hydrogen Denmark will continue to support the expansion of FCEVs through participating in the Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME2) project.
Project results were presented by Hydrogen Denmark CEO, Tejs Laustsen Jensen.
Find out more about Denmark’s HyFIVE activities throughout the project (text in Danish).