Danish-Norwegian hydrogen company secures giant US order

Hydrogen company Nel has booked a new order from US car manufacturer Nikola Motor in the US, valued at millions of Norwegian kroner.

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Danish-Norwegian utility Nel has received a new order for 448 electrolyzers and fueling stations to US car manufacturer Nikola Motor in the US, reveals Nel in a press release.

Delivery is expected to begin in 2020 with Nel supplying up to 1 GW electrolyzers and associated tanking equipment, which according to the press release will bring the Danish-Norwegian hydrogen company several billion NOK.

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