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Nel gets French order for hydrogen station

The Norwegian company is hired to supply a filling station offering hybrid bars the chance to tank hydrogen in French region Tours.

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Nel has picked up yet another order for its collection – this time in France, where the Norwegian company will supply a hydrogen filling station servicing hybrid cars running on both H2 and electricity, Nel informs in a statement.

"We are delighted to announce that we have been chosen as supplier for a fueling station (H2Station™) for the Touraine Vallée de l’Indre in France. Nel Hydrogen is hereby passing an important landmark adding yet another country to its list of references.  We are looking forward to assisting the Community of cities 'Touraine Vallée de l’Indre' with the deployment of this very first hydrogen fueling station in the region," writes Jens Egholt Rasmussen, senior director og Global Sales at Nel, in the media release.

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