Hydrogen is becoming an increasingly relevant alternative in the propulsion of vehicles. In Prague, the first hydrogen station in the countries of the Visegrád Group should be built. Electric cars are not the only option to get rid of dependence on oil. Vehicle manufacturers and scientists are paying increasing attention to technologies that rely on the use of hydrogen as fuel.
In the Czech capital it should begin in a couple of weeks with the construction of the first hydrogen station for public use in the countries of the Visegrád Group, comprising Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. There are plans to build up to six or eight stations of this type until 2023. The initiative has the support of the Czech Ministry of Transport in the form of a subsidy program.