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Norwegian hydrogen company lands new US order

Nordic hydrogen developer Nel, which is Norwegian and has production in Denmark, will deliver a production and fueling solution to California.

A hydrogen station, that can both produce hydrogen and fuel customers' cars, is the next project for Norwegian Nel Hydrogen Solutions. The company has landed an order on the project worth USD 8.3 million together with its partner Proton. The project's buyer is US company Sunline Transit Agency, which will construct the station in California.

The station will have capacity of 900 kilograms of hydrogen per day and will this be the world's largest combined station for producing and fueling hydrogen. Sunline will use the station to fuel the many hydrogen-fueled buses that the company operates in Palm Springs, California.

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