In an inauguration event held yesterday, Iceland opened its third hydrogen refuelling station in Reykjavik. This is the country’s first multi fuel station that includes not only hydrogen but biomethane. The station was built by Nel Hydrogen.
The President of Iceland Mr. Guðni Th Jóhannesson cut the ribbon on the station. In attendance were the FCH JU Executive Director, Bart Biebuyck, Chairman of City of Reykjavík‘s Council of Environment and Health, Ms. Líf Magneudóttir, , and the General Manager of Icelandic New Energy, Mr. Jón Björn Skúlason.
Also at the event was the EU Ambassador to Iceland, Michael Mann.
The FCH JU supports Iceland to become a model in H2 transport in Europe with now 3 Hydrogen Refueling Stations and 17 hydrogen cars deployed through the H2ME project.