GS Caltex opens first “energy station” in Seoul

Korean oil company GS Caltex opened the first “integrated energy station” in Seoul on May 28. The station, built in cooperation with Hyundai Motor Company, can provide many forms of fuels including electricity (with 100kW raid chargers), gasoline, diesel, LPG, and even hydrogen. The company explained that the station in Gangdong District is the first hydrogen recharging station in a private ground. It can recharge around 70 FCEVs a day. The station also has car wash machines.

Source: GS Caltex

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