Construction begins on world’s largest electrolyser manufacturing plant


“We want to change the world and make renewable hydrogen (H2) mainstream, not a niche product like it is today,” said Nel ASA’s CEO as the Norwegian company announced today the construction of the world’s largest electrolyser manufacturing plant.

The total development will have a name plate capacity of 360MW/year, approximately ten times the current annual production capacity, and the new facility will accommodate the multi-billion NOK order from Nikola Motor Company.

The manufacturing plant will be constructed as an extension of the current facility at Notodden in Norway, with total planned investments of around NOK 150m ($18m).

“As a market leader, Nel is now stepping up to make available technology that can outcompete fossil alternatives like natural gas reforming,” CEO Jon André Løkke continued.

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