Nel is ready to scale

The Norwegian hydrogen company now wants to boost electrolysis production capacity at the facility in Herøya, Norway, to accommodate market demand.

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Europe is going to need more hydrogen to achieve independence from Russian fossil energy sources, and Norwegian Nel is ready to invest in setting up more production capacity to service the continent's market, Nel informs in a statement.

“We are ready to add the electrolyzer production capacity needed in Europe and abroad when required by the market," writes Nel Chief Executive Jon André Løkke.

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