Hynion has reached an agreement to take over operation and ownership of the hydrogen station at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm from Linde (previously AGA).
The station will strengthen Hynion’s presence in Sweden and deliver on the company’s strategy to operate hydrogen stations in and around the major cities in Scandinavia.
“Hynion is delighted to take over a well-run and operational station in Stockholm. We will develop the activities at Arlanda and in the Stockholm area to qualify hydrogen as a zero-emission fuel of choice,” says Ulf Hafseld, CEO of Hynion AS.
The station today serves a smaller fleet of taxies and hydrogen cars in the region.
“The station is conveniently located at Arlanda airport, well placed for the huge fleets of taxies that frequents the airport. We aim to further boost the hydrogen traffic,” says Slavica Djuric, VD of Hynion Sweden.
“We are convinced that Hynion is a professional and dedicated operator, well suited to operate hydrogen stations in this early phase of market development. Linde will continue to supply hydrogen for the station. We will continue our strong focus on hydrogen, and decarbonization in industry and heavy transport,” says Olof Källgren, Executive Director, Sales & Marketing Linde Europe North.
“Hynion has developed the Oslo station into a station with very high reliability to ensure the early customers that hydrogen fuel will always be available. We will now develop our stations and supply in Gothenburg and Stockholm to ensure that the residents in Sweden’s largest cities have a reliable supply of hydrogen fuel for their vehicles,” concludes Ulf Hafseld.
Hynion builds and operates hydrogen stations in and around the largest cities in Scandinavia. The company builds on experiences from the last 20 years, including world-leading projects such as HyNor, CUTE, Utsira wind/hydrogen, CEP Berlin, SHHP, NewBusFuel and H2ME, to name a few. The company’s management also has extensive experience in establishing and operating start-up companies and years of experience in the automotive industry.