Nel receives Swedish order for H2 station

The Norwegian hydrogen firm has bagged an order for a single H2 station from Swedish company MaserFrakt.

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Nel Hydrogen Fuel, subsidiary of Nel, has received an order from Swedish company MaserFrakt for a single hydrogen station to be used for the latter's H2-fueled semi-trucks, Nel writes in a press release.

"MaserFrakt [...] has taken an important decision by introducing hydrogen for mobility, supporting their aim of becoming climate neutral by 2035. We look forward to supporting MaserFrakt AB with the continued transition towards zero emission transport in Sweden," says Nel Hydrogen Fuel Key Account Manager Christian Vinther.

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