Anyone who drives a hydrogen-powered car knows: the nearest petrol station is never just around the corner. But that’s about to change. According to plans contained in the climate agreement, fifty hydrogen refuelling stations are to be added in The Netherlands in 2025. After the summer, a hydrogen refuelling station will open in Amsterdam. That will be built by Holthausen Energy Points (HEP). An on-site electrolyser will be used to produce the hydrogen with green electricity that they’ve bought.

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Author profile picture Milan Lenters is a writer and editor. Through IO, he got to know his native city Eindhoven in a different way and sometimes looks with amazement at the many stories that lie ahead.