15 years ago, Iceland built the first commercial hydrogen station (and hosted the first HFC Nordic). In 2018, as part of the Hydrogen Mobility Europe project, three hydrogen refuelling stations will be built and a fleet of vehicles will be deployed.
This year, delegates were welcomed once again to Reykjavik, Iceland, for the Nordic Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference 2018. The conference focussed on vehicle and infrastructure deployment with key focus on the H2ME 1&2 projects in the Nordic countries.
Held at the Grand Hotel Reykjavik on October 9-10, this event offered the opportunity to network with Nordic hydrogen and fuel cell experts, decision makers and key industry stakeholders.
You will find further information here.