This project is the second part of a larger project (HIT – Hydrogen Infrastructure for Transport) aiming to establish a network of European hydrogen refueling infrastructure and enable long distance travel with fuel cell cars. It will develop national implementation plans for Belgium, Finland, Poland and a regional implementation plan for the city of Riga (Latvia). Furthermore it includes the pilot deployment and testing of three hydrogen refueling stations with specific innovative elements in Finland and Sweden along the TEN-T network.
The project will also analyse and disseminate the study results in Europe, including a hydrogen road tour along the Scandinavian-Mediterranean and North Sea–Baltic Core Network Corridors.
This project has been completed.
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Member States involved:
Belgium, Finland, Latvia, The Netherlands, Poland, Sweden
Start date: March 2014
End date: December 2015
Beneficiary & Implementing body:
Oy Woikoski AB
Riga City Council Traffic Department
Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands
Motor Transport Institute, Poland
Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Electromobility in European Regions (HyER)