According tomedia reports, the main problem of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles is not only the supply of fuel supply stations instability, but also the supply of hydrogen fuel itself is unstable. According to a press release released Wednesday, electric semi-trailer company Nikola wants to solve the problem, and a $30 million electric car purchase order will allow itself to take a big step forward in creating a new, broader hydrogen fuel network.
It was learned that it was buying hydrogen electrolytic devices from a company called Nel Hydrogen, based in Oslo, Norway, with operations worldwide. It is estimated that the total daily production of hydrogen fuel for all these electrolytic devices is approximately 40,000 kg.
“We are building the world’s largest hydrogen energy network and I am extremely proud to have a part of Nel,” Trevor Milton, Founder and Executive Chairman of Nikola, said in a statement. These electrolytic devices will be able to support five heavy-duty hydrogen-fueled charging stations that will cover multiple state and truck routes. The future of clean transportation is here, with teams lining up to transform with Nikola. “
Nikola estimates that the company will submit another order for the remaining equipment required for its workstations in a few months.