Everfuel is making green hydrogen for zero emission mobility commercially available across Europe, offering competitive all-inclusive hydrogen supply- and fueling solutions. We own and operate green hydrogen infrastructure and partner with vehicle OEMs to connect the entire hydrogen value chain and seamlessly provide hydrogen fuel to enterprise customers under long-term contracts. Green hydrogen is a 100% clean fuel made from renewable energy and key to electrification of the transportation sector in Europe and a sustainable future. We are a young ambitious company, headquartered in Herning, Denmark, and with activities in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, and a plan to grow across Europe. Everfuel is listed on Euronext Growth in Oslo under EFUEL.
A fuel for generations
Green hydrogen is produced from renewable electricity and water. When hydrogen is consumed in fuel cell vehicles the only tail pipe emission is water. The process merely borrows water and enables a full utilization of flexibly produced renewable energy (wind/solar). Hydrogen is not just a cleanup from fossil fuels. Hydrogen is a fuel for generations.
Our ambition is to develop a European-wide offering of hydrogen supply and fueling solutions for heavy duty vehicles and industrial stakeholders by 2030. Supporting this ambition, hydrogen production and distribution facilities and key partnerships are being established across Europe, starting in the North-West (N, S, DK, DE, NL, BE) and expanding from there.
Complete value chain
Everfuel will facilitate the complete hydrogen value chain from hydrogen production to point of delivery. This enables Everfuel’s objectives and activities to expand rapidly and provide competitive hydrogen prices to end-users. Everfuel is establishing partnerships throughout Europe.
Clean and green – true zero emission
Both fuel cell and battery electric technologies support zero emission transport. However, the charging of electric vehicles needs to be synchronized with renewable energy production, or it merely uses the grid mix which in most areas have a significant carbon footprint. Hydrogen is produced when renewable electricity is physically available, before the stored energy (hydrogen) is distributed and dispensed to end-users. This makes hydrogen a true zero emission fuel – and contributor to a more balanced electricity grid and energy system.