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Alexela is set to open Estonia’s first hydrogen refueling station with two green H2 site’s to be opened in Tallinn next October. One of them is set to cater to passenger cars located in Peterburi Road and the other will refuel buses and trucks in Väo, both created in cooperation with Utilitas.
In addition, Alexela will be ready to start selling hydrogen cylinders to consumers next year. Unlike Latvia, hydrogen sold in Estonia will be 100% green, produced from renewable sources.
The construction permit for the first hydrogen filling station has already been issued, the equipment and technology have been ordered, expected to arrive by next September.
“We know that 30 hydrogen vehicles will start running as public transport next fall, and car dealers predict that hundreds more cars and heavy equipment, including buses, trucks and ships, will be added in the coming years,” said Tarmo Kärsna, Head of Energy Sales at Alexela.