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Nel signs framework deal with Aibel

Nel and Aibel plan to make joint use of their competencies to develop and provide large-scale, complex renewable-hydrogen projects.

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Norwegian hydrogen company Nel has secured a new collaboration partner, compatriot firm Aibel, which is going to help the company bag additional hydrogen orders, writes Nel in a statement.

"We are very excited to be announcing this collaboration with Aibel, a company with vast experience in delivering large-scale, complex projects across industries," says Nel Chief Executive Jon André Løkke:

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