Finnish hydrogen filling station technology to be exported to Europe

Woikoski will supply a hydrogen filling station to Gothenburg, Sweden. Based on a whole new concept, the new hydrogen filling station is part of the TEN-T network now under construction in Europe. This network is slated to include, for example, 400 filling stations in Germany, all to be built by 2020. - We are proud to be involved in the construction of a European vehicle-fuel network based on clean and renewable energy. The first of our filling stations to be built outside Finland, the station in Gothenburg makes for an excellent start to our technology exports. It is also testimony to the competitiveness of Finnish technological expertise, explains Woikoski´s Managing Director Kalevi Korjala.

Woikoski has been involved in hydrogen production for more than a century, and its electrolysis plant in Kokkola, which began operation in November 2014, is the largest hydrogen facility in Europe to use this technology. The company aims to have 20 filling stations open in Finland by 2030, offering services throughout Finland´s traffic network.

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