Nel awarded multi-billon NOK electrolyser and fuelling contract


Nel ASA has been awarded a multi-billion NOK contract to supply Nikola Motor Corporation 448 electrolysers and associated fuelling equipment as part of Nikola’s development of a hydrogen (H2) station infrastructure in the US for truck and passenger vehicles.

Under the contract, to be deployed from 2020, Nel will deliver up to 1 GW of electrolysis plus fuelling equipment. The company reiterates a potential major expansion of the production capacity at Notodden, Norway, to accommodate the contract order. 

Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer of Nel, enthused, “We are immensely proud of announcing this contract with Nikola for the exclusive delivery of 448 electrolysers and supporting fuelling equipment as part of their groundbreaking development of a H2 station infrastructure across the US.”

“The multi-billion NOK contract is by far the largest electrolyser and fueling station contract ever awarded. It will secure fast and cost-efficient fuelling of Nikola’s fleet of H2 trucks, delivering support to major customers like Anheuser-Busch, as well as a growing fleet of Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs).

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