Danish-Norwegian Nel books US order

Via subsidiary Proton Onsite, hydrogen company Nel has booked an order valued at USD 2.3 million to supply electrolyzer stacks to the British and US submarine fleets. 

Danish-Norwegian Nel has secured an order via Proton Onsite, which the hydrogen company acquired in July this year.

Nel confirms in a press release that the subsidiary received an order from United Technologies Aerospace Systems (UTAS) to deliver electrolyser stacks to the US and UK submarine fleet. The order has a total value of more than USD 2.3 million.

Nel's CEO, Jon André Løkke says the order reflects the robustness of the product, which provides life support oxygen for crew onboard the submarines.

"The Navy acquisition community is now exclusively buying PEM stacks for oxygen production on submarines, based on its long track record of reliability and performance, and Nel is now the world’s leading supplier of PEM technology for this application. Furthermore, the military heritage and performance of these cell stacks assures customers receive unparalleled reliability and durability for their commercial electrolyzer applications," says Løkke in the press release.

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