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Hydrogen link network

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Hydrogen link network

Places of the hydrogen link

The Hydrogen link network in Denmark was established in 2005 by the Nordic Transportpolitical Network to form a hydrogen highway with hydrogen Sweden and hynor as part of the Scandinavian hydrogen highway partnership.[1]

The planned highway is part of the [2][3]

Two hydrogen vehicles, the Hyundai ix35 FCEV and Toyota Mirai, have been announced for public distribution in 2015, but only a few dozen are expected to be sold or leased in Europe in 2015.


  • Public stations 1
  • Closed stations 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Public stations

City Location
Aalborg Scheduled to open in 2015[2]
Copenhagen-1 Open[3] - electrolysis of water
Copenhagen-2 Scheduled to open in 2015[2]
Copenhagen-3 Scheduled to open in 2015[2]
Holstebro Open
Vejle Scheduled to open in 2015[2]

Closed stations

See also


  1. ^ Denmark to launch hydrogen infrastructure for FCEV rollout
  2. ^ a b c d e Four new hydrogen filling stations in Denmark
  3. ^ a b Copenhagen opens hydrogen station, unveils fuel cell vehicles

External links

  • Hydrogen link
  • Network
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