In Sweden, already in 2021, there were more than 50 hydrogen stations in Sweden, although the majority for private use by companies with fleets of vehicles, which is one of the largest numbers of hydrogen refueling stations in Europe. These stations are spread throughout the country, with a concentration in southern Sweden, especially around the cities of Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.
Some of the companies operating hydrogen stations in Sweden are Air Liquide, E.ON, Linde and Nel Hydrogen. The Swedish government has supported the development of hydrogen infrastructure and has provided funding and incentives to encourage the adoption of fuel cell vehicles.
The Swedish government has offered various incentives and tax breaks to encourage the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and make fuel more affordable. For example, fuel cell vehicles are exempt from certain taxes and may receive a rebate if purchased for business use.
The latest data indicates that for a typical car, hydrogen in Sweden costs about €9 per 100 kilometres, just below the cost of diesel and petrol per kilometre.
Average Price of Hydrogen in Sweden in
Average Price of Hydrogen in Sweden in is
Historical prices of Average Hydrogen Prices in Sweden