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For years, one of the issues with hydrogen has been that it is manufactured at one facility – sometimes as a byproduct – then taken elsewhere.
The goal is green energy, but hydrogen currently comes in many “colors.”
That’s why Bjorn Simonsen, who, until recently, was Nel’s Vice President for Investor Relations and Corporate Communication, said the company’s history aligns with and has driven how humans work with hydrogen.
Hydrogen vehicles are on the market, but it’s more of an anomaly than standard to see one on the road. That could be changing in the near future.
There is little doubt hydrogen is a huge player in energy going forward, but just what will that look like?
Everett Anderson, Vice President, and Head of Advanced Product Development at Nel joined hosts Leila Danielsen, Brand Manager at Nel, and Rob Cockerill, Managing Editor of H2 View, for a deep dive on the hydrogen...
After a 20-plus year career in the hydrogen industry, Pietro d’Erasmo seemingly moved on from renewable energy's purple shores. But, just when d'Erasmo thought he was out, Nel pulled him back in.
There has been plenty of talk about hydrogen energy in the past few years. Nel Hydrogen CEO Jon André Løkke says it’s time for action.