Nikola strikes deal with Opal Fuels on H2 filling stations

The parties are also to collaborate on utilizing renewable natural gas in hydrogen production.


US-based electric vehicle manufacturer Nikola has formed a collaboration with Opal Fuels to develop and operate hydrogen filling stations in North America, reports Bloomberg News.

By partnering up, Nikola and Opal Fuels mean to develop and market infrastructure that can pave the way for a future with zero-emission vehicles.

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