Vätgas Sverige has extensive experience in running national and international projects that drive hydrogen development forward. The projects are supported by, among others, the EU, or Swedish investment support.
The purpose of the project was to increase the acceptance of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV). The project include implementation of FCEV’s in Scandinavia and the establishment of a hydrogen fuel station in Oslo. Vätgas Sverige was one of several partners in the project.More info
The project includes a fact-based study on hydrogen as a vehicle fuel, as well as an implementation plan for an establishment of a hydrogen infrastructure in Sweden until 2020. The project was partly financed by the EU. Vätgas Sverige was one of several partners in the project.More info
A project within Interreg ÖKS to promote the production, distribution and use of hydrogen from renewable energy. Vätgas Sverige was one of several partners.More info
The purpose of the project is to promote the commercialization of fuel cell buses through large-scale expansion of vehicles and infrastructure so that fuel cell buses are commercially viable at the end of the project and that authorities have the basis to develop guidelines for public transport.More info
The purpose of the project is to initiate the expansion of a large-scale hydrogen infrastructure for larger vehicles, buses and workmachines, while at the same time mapping how the infrastructure development needs to be done. The project is financed by Nordic Innovation and Vätgas Sverige, Norsk Hydrogenforum, Brintbranchen, VTT and Icelandic New Energy.More info
The overall goal of the project is to create a multinational and cross-sectoral platform for cooperation, consisting of leading players in renewable energy and hydrogen technology to build a future solution for carbon dioxide and other climate pollution-free energy systems around the Baltic Sea area.More info
Through cooperation with actors from the business world, authorities and academia, we drive development towards a better climate.