The Ministry of Transport visits the Høvik station

This week, high-level politicians from the Ministry of Transport visited the Høvik station, Northern Europe's busiest hydrogen station, to see and learn how a hydrogen fueling station works. In addition, they wanted to hear from the hydrogen car owners and the station builders about their experiences, challenges and future needs. 

All-time high sales of hydrogen at Høvik fuelling station

Our hydrogen station at Høvik has just completed its busiest month ever. The sales of hydrogen fuel...

Interim report H1 2022 published

We have just published our interim report for the first half-year 2022. “2022 has been a year of...

String Megaregion and the GREATER4H project receives EU fund

The EU program Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) has granted funds for the hydrogen infrastructure...

Hynion in partnership with PDC Machines

Hynion has selected PDC Machines to supply compressors for their new hydrogen filling stations,...

Norway's first road sign for a hydrogen station pointing to Hynion Høvik

In step with the development of new fuels, new road signs are required. This week, the first signs...

Hynion will build the hydrogen stations for the future in Västerås and Jönkøping

Hynion was notified yesterday that the Energy Authorities are providing SEK 61,4 million in support...

Hynion responds to decision in the Revised National Budget on rapid development of a nationwide hydrogen infrastructure

Hynion AS, the largest hydrogen station player in Norway and Sweden, has clear ambitions to expand...

Hynion and Hyrex launches floating hydrogen station for leisure boats

Hynion AS and Hyrex AS plan a summer launch of the first floating hydrogen station for leisure...

STRING Megaregion reveals plans to pioneer the green transition of road transport

Local and regional governments in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway together with six private...