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Denmark to send hydrogen stations to US trucks

Danish-Norwegian hydrogen firm Nel Hydrogen will deliver several large-scale refueling stations to a US truck manufacturer.

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Nordic Nel Hydrogen A/S in Herning, Denmark has received an order for hydrogen production and hydrogen refueling stations worth USD 3.6 million for Nikola Motor in the US.

The order is part of a strategic partnership concerning the development and delivery of 16 large-scale fueling stations by 2021 which can each service up to 500 trucks per day.

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