Woikoski’s first fuelling station outside Finland began serving users in Gothenburg, Sweden, on Ruskvädersgatan 12 on 26 October. The new hydrogen fuelling 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. Woikoski wants to be involved in the construction of a European vehicle-fuel network based on clean and renewable energy. The picture shows the Infrastructure minister of Sweden Anna Johansson (left) and Woikoski owner and chairman of the Board Clas Palmberg are cutting the inaugural ribbon of the new station.