The REH2 project was initiated in 2017 by Christoffer Löfström with the purpose to create a scalable platform for rapid expansion of fossil free infrastructure to meet the political and market needs for true fossil free mobility in a financially sound way.
In 2017 an agreement was made with Rasta to establish Hydrogen infrastructure on all Rasta sites. The hydrogen refueling stations would be additional services on already existing locations.
In 2020 Christoffer Löfström and Nilsson Energy AB jointly created REH2 AB with the purpose to have one company for hydrogen mobility and to continue the projects initiated by Christoffer.
In 2021 the investment firm Qarlbo AB, became the majority owner of REH2. Later that year REH2 was granted 354 million SEK from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency for the establishing of 24 hydrogen refueling stations.