Nel has added another order to the books. This time, Australian Viva Energy has placed an order for a water electrolyzer of the MC500 variety, which is to be set up for a green hydrogen project aimed at heavy transport, writes Nel in a press release.
The electrolyzer will be set up at Viva Energy’s Geelong refinery, where a new service station is planned, which will include battery charging and hydrogen refueling stations. The Nel system in question is a containerized PEM solution with a production capacity of 1.063kg per day. Moreover, it will be capable of supplying hydrogen for refueling directly on site.