Poland's PKN Orlen to Build Hydrogen Refueling Stations 

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Polish fuel giant PKN Orlen said it will build three hydrogen refueling stations in Wałbrzych, Poznań and Katowice.

The company has signed a contract for the project with the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW), reported the Polish Press Agency.

According to PKN Orlen, the launch of hydrogen refueling stations in Katowice and Poznań is planned for the second half of 2023, and in Wałbrzych at the beginning of 2025.

The company also noted that by 2030 the Orlen Group will invest about PLN 7.4 billion (appr. EUR 1.56 billion) in hydrogen.

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