Nikola inks deal to support hydrogen fueling infrastructure rollout
CCJ Staff | June 29, 2018
Nikola Motor Company has signed a deal with Norway-based dedicated hydrogen company Nel ASA for delivery of 448 electrolyzers and associated fueling equipment, which will be used to support Nikola’s development of a hydrogen station infrastructure in the U.S.
Late last year, the two companies announced an exclusive partnership aimed at developing low-cost, renewable hydrogen production and fueling sites as part of a nationwide network of hydrogen stations. The rollout is expected to begin in 2020.
“Nel’s electrolyzers are efficient and reliable, making them a natural backbone for our station infrastructure,” Nikola CEO Trevor Milton says, adding the first two stations will be installed in Arizona and California depending on permit timelines.
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