Nel's new factory in Herning, Denmark will be putting its added capacity to apt use in manufacturing equipment for hydrogen filling stations. The technology-intensive company will be supplying two further hydrogen filling stations within the framework agreement entered with Shell back in 2014 – a framework agreement renewed this year with the Dutch-British oil major.
"We are excited to announce a new framework agreement with Shell, which is not only a great honor but also proves the strength of our state-of-the-art technology. We look forward to continuing our strong partnership and will make the necessary investments to support Shell’s roll-out of a hydrogen fueling network, both in California, as well as other key markets," says Nel Chief Executive Officer Jon André Løkke.
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