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Nikola, Iveco and OGE to develop hydrogen infrastructure | Automotive Business Information
Nikola, Iveco and OGE have signed a letter of intent to determine a enterprise construction for transporting hydrogen by way of pipeline from manufacturing to hydrogen fueling stations to assist fuel-cell electrical automobiles (FCEVs) in Germany.
Van and truck maker Iveco and OGE, operator of a 12,000km pure fuel pipeline infrastructure community in Germany, will be a part of Nikola which designs and makes heavy BEV vehicles, FCEVs and vitality infrastructure to enhance the nation’s hydrogen infrastructure to service and promote the expansion of FCEVs in alignment with European coverage and business wants.
“The first focus of this collaboration is to additional develop hydrogen fueling options in Germany in assist of the European industrial transportation system and to work with business companions to put in protected, dependable and cost-effective storage and fueling places for FCEVs,” the companions stated in a press release.
Nikola president of vitality and industrial Pablo Koziner stated: “We consider this collaboration presents a really compelling long-term fueling distribution resolution that we anticipate to advance business and total market adoption of FCEV applied sciences.”
“OGE is dedicated to establishing a pipeline infrastructure to move hydrogen from manufacturing sources to vital exit factors of distribution,” stated Thomas Huewener, OGE’s chief technical officer.
“We’re proud to play a necessary position in enabling fueling station growth via our community capabilities and in working in the direction of decarbonising the financial system.”