The Danish island Lolland which is just about 480 square miles with a flat landscape has been targeted to become a living laboratory for fuel cells. Fuel cell company IRD will collaborate with local government to set up working fuel cell solutions that will deliver power to homes, industry and the transportation system.
According to the Nakskov Hydrogen Society, initial costs are projected to be approximately 11.5 Danish kroner (about $1.97 million). Funding will come from the Danish Energy Authority as well as from Storstrom County. The establishment of testing facilities is set for November.

[Source: Fuel Cell Today]

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