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Nel set to ramp up electrolyser production

New automated production will enable Nel to supply larger projects as demand for bigger electrolysers grows

Norway's Nel, a pure-play hydrogen technology company, is on track to start up a new automated electrolyser production line at its Heroya plant in Q3, enabling larger projects to reduce green hydrogen production costs. The new line is expected to have a 500MW annual capacity of alkaline electrolysers, up from 40MW and with potential to raise output further to 2GW. “The new, fully automated 500MW production line will be a game changer for Nel and for the industry once it is producing and we will start the ramp-up in the third quarter of this year, significantly reducing the costs of producing green hydrogen,” says Andre Lokke, Nel’s Chief Executive Officer. 500MW – Expanded annua



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