While battery-powered electric cars yet remain the most common solution on the booming EV market, a series of companies insist that hydrogen will play crucial role in the future of green transportation.
A number of these are now entering a partnership with the Danish-Norwegian hydrogen filling station developer, Nel. The company has singed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a group of enterprises regarding technology sharing and joint development of hydrogen filling stations. Nel signed the MoU with Asian carmakers Hyundai and Toyota, US hydrogen semi-truck producer Nikola Motor as well as European oil and gas companies Air Liquide and Shell.
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