Alicja Ciszewska-WBJ--A chain of hydrogen filling stations will be built on main communication routes in Poland, the Motor Transport Institute (ITS) and the Polish Press Agency (PAP) reported.
“First two stations will be constructed in Poznań and Warsaw. The Tri-city, Białystok, Kraków, Katowice, Wrocłąw and Łódź wii be the next locations,” Marcin Ślęzak, the director of the Motor Transport Institute (ITS) said. Poland’s largest utility PGE hyas signed a letter of intent with ITS, in line which it will be the contractor of the stations in Warsaw and Poznań, a company press release read.
The project will be carried out within the framework of the EU program, Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport and is financed from the EU budget.