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Hydrogen for transport has been on Norway's agenda for some time. The Bellona Foundation imported a Mercedes Sprinter Hydrogen van developed in the German WEIT project in 2002 and carried out the first hydrogen filling in Norway, and Norway's first hydrogen filling structure began a year later. Existing Norwegian rules and regulations had to be adapted to accommodate hydrogen vehicles and related technologies, and the project was an important first step in starting this.

Norway's first hydrogen station opened in 2006 near Stavanger, the second at Porsgrunn in 2007 and two stations opened in Oslo and Lier in 2009. Hydrogen stations were also planned for Bergen and Lyngdal, but these projects never were implemented.

A plan to implement H2 stations in southern Norway was recently unveiled, with the ambition to have up to 15 zero-emission passenger and cargo fueling points in operation by the end of 2023. The plan is part of the strategy Scandinavian green thinking for trucks, buses and cars connecting the main traffic corridors in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. It will initially cover Norway south of Trondheim and connect to H2 stations in Sweden and Denmark.

Norway has a strong process industry and several companies involved in hydrogen production. Hydrogen is an intermittent product in fertilizer production and the fertilizer company Yara has produced hydrogen with electrolysers and steam methane reforming (SMR) at Herøya (Porsgrunn). Hydrogen is also a by-product in the production of chlorine-related products, where Norsk Hydro operates in Rafnes (Porsgrunn). Finally, Statoil produces hydrogen as part of methanol production at Tjeldbergodden (Norway) and at the Mongstad refinery in Mongstad (Norway).

In Norway there are currently


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Map of Hydrogen Service Stations in Norway

List of hydrogen refueling stations in Norway

Øsre Rosen 104TillerTrøndelag
Rolf Olsens Vei 50KjellerViken
Tronheimsveien 40SkjettenViken
Liamyrane 2Nyborg Nordland
Nedre kalbakkevej 96OsloOslo/Viken
Sandviksveien 17HøvikViken
Hyrovegen 67PorsgrunnVestfold og Telemark
--Kristiansand (west side)Agder
--ÅlesundMøre og Romsdal
--TønsbergVestfold og Telemark
--Stavanger / SandnesRogaland
--TromsøTroms og Finnmark
--LarvikVestfold og Telemark
--HarstadTroms og Finnmark
--MoldeMøre og Romsdal
--HortenVestfold og Telemark

News about hydrogen refueling stations in Norway

September 21, 2021. The first hydrogen fuel cell vehicles from the taxi company Viggo are in operation in the Norwegian capital Oslo. All three vehicles are Toyota Mirai.

By next summer, the company wants to put a total of 100 hydrogen taxis into operation, without giving an exact breakdown. Viggo has an agreement with Hynion on the refueling of fuel cell cars.

The Toyota Mirai has a range of 650 kilometers and a tank that fills up in 3-5 minutes: “Hydrogen is very suitable for taxis that want to travel long distances and be on the move for as long as possible. With hydrogen you can refuel in just a few minutes and drive many hundreds of kilometers before the next recharge. This means environmentally friendly driving and you don't need to spend a lot of time refueling," says Joar Tennfjord, Viggo's managing director. By 2024, all taxis in Oslo must be emission-free, and to achieve this goal, cars fuel cell will also play an important role.

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