Korea: Hakha Hydrogen Station Increases Operating Times Due to Increased Demand

By January 3, 2020 < 1   min read  (152 words)

January 3, 2020 |

Daejeon Hydrogen Station

Daejeon city announced that it would operate the Hakha Hydrogen Refueling Station from 9 am to 8 pm, seven days a week due to an increase in demand.

According to the city, the number of users of the Hakha Hydrogen Station, which opened in Hakha-dong (400-2), Yuseong-gu on May 20 last year, increased the number of residents. The number of vehicles that were refueled with hydrogen has increased more than nine times from an average of five vehicles per day to 45 vehicles today.

The station is located between Honam Expressway and Yuseong-daero, so the accessibility of other local hydrogen vehicles is gradually increasing.

A city official said, “We will make efforts to expand the hydrogen refueling station and expand the hydrogen refueling infrastructure to provide a hydrogen station that citizens can feel is in line with the supply of hydrogen cars.”

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