OKG, owned by Uniper, has entered into a contract with Hynion to supply hydrogen to Hynion's hydrogen fuel stations. The hydrogen will be sourced from OKG's hydrogen plant, established in 1992, originally used to cool generators at the Oskarshamn nuclear power stations 1, 2, and 3 in Sweden. Johan Lundberg, CEO of OKG, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, "It's fantastic that the surplus hydrogen we produce can support Hynion’s fuel stations, contributing together to reduce carbon emissions." Slavica Djuric, CEO of Hynion AS, also shared her gratitude for the partnership, highlighting the need for stable hydrogen producers who are committed to supporting the energy transition and a fossil-free future. Uniper, under which OKG operates, plays a crucial role in establishing Europe's hydrogen economy and expanding its renewable energy operations, as emphasized by Lundberg. From a local perspective, the hydrogen production at Oskarshamn not only supports the nuclear facility's operations but also facilitates the regional energy transition. "The hydrogen supply from OKG is a crucial step in ensuring the availability of fossil-free fuel at our stations," concluded Slavica Djuric.

Uniper-Owned OKG Partners with Hynion to Supply Hydrogen for Fuel Stations

OKG, owned by Uniper, has entered into a contract with Hynion to supply hydrogen to Hynion’s hydrogen fuel stations. The hydrogen will be sourced from OKG’s hydrogen plant, established in 1992, originally used to cool generators at the Oskarshamn nuclear power stations 1, 2, and 3 in Sweden.

Johan Lundberg, CEO of OKG, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, “It’s fantastic that the surplus hydrogen we produce can support Hynion’s fuel stations, contributing together to reduce carbon emissions.”

Slavica Djuric, CEO of Hynion AS, also shared her gratitude for the partnership, highlighting the need for stable hydrogen producers who are committed to supporting the energy transition and a fossil-free future.

Uniper, under which OKG operates, plays a crucial role in establishing Europe’s hydrogen economy and expanding its renewable energy operations, as emphasized by Lundberg.

From a local perspective, the hydrogen production at Oskarshamn not only supports the nuclear facility’s operations but also facilitates the regional energy transition.

“The hydrogen supply from OKG is a crucial step in ensuring the availability of fossil-free fuel at our stations,” concluded Slavica Djuric.

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