Nel lands order in Australia

The Norwegian electrolyzer manufacturer has received an order from Viva Energy for an electrolysis unit, which will be the largest of its kind in Australia upon completion.

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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.

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