H2 Logic delivers fourth hydrogen station in 12 months; first to use hydrogen produced from domestic waste
H2 Logic A/S put another hydrogen station into operation in Lilleström, Norway as part of the Akershus Energypark that is to develop and test a wide range of hydrogen technologies. The hydrogen station is the first to be supplied by hydrogen produced from domestic waste.
For H2 Logic it is the fourth SAE J2601-compliant A-70MPa hydrogen refueling station in 12 months; it also marks a significant step forward in the efforts on standardizing and streamlining the H2Station, the company said. The new H2Station builds upon similar stations delivered in the past 12 months for Denmark, Norway and Finland.
The hydrogen station is owned by HyNor Lillestrøm AS which is a joint-venture between the local energy company Akershus Energi, various local organizations and Skedsmo municipality. The station is part of a larger development effort on hydrogen technologies in the Lilleström area, where various hydrogen production and compression technologies are to be tested.
The next station is expected to be delivered for Copenhagen in early 2013.