Denmark Hydrogen Link
The Denmark Hydrogen Link Project seeks to establish enabling H2 infrastructure inside its own country and in partnership with Norway, Sweden and German as well. The Denmark Hydrogen Link Project is part of the Scandinavian Hydrogen Highway Project (SHHP), which also joins Norway, Sweden and Denmark together in a network of refueling stations.
The map below shows Denmark’s road stations (green dot), planned stations for 2009-2010 (red dot) and non-road stations (green triangle).
Denmark Hydrogen Link Project
The Denmark Hydrogen Link Project began in October 2005 with the goal of connecting hydrogen highway infrastructure in Northern Germany, Norway and Sweden. Currently, however, the Denmark Hydrogen Link has more ambitious goals for itself in putting up stations and rolling out cars.
By 2015, Denmark Hydrogen Link expects to have 85-percent of the governmental cars in Copenhagen converted to hydrogen or electric vehicles. By 2025, Copenhagen is expected to have a 100-percent conversion rate.
By the end of 2009, Copenhagen will add 15 hydrogen cars and one H2 refueling station. The Denmark Hydrogen Link is trying to coordinate systems and policies between participating countries reducing duplication of technology and efforts while increase the surge towards energy independence and increased environmental benefits.
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