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On-site hydrogen: what’s the big deal?

  For years, one of the issues with hydrogen has been that it is manufactured at one facility – sometimes as a byproduct – then taken elsewhere. But what if the hydrogen could be made Read more

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Why Restaurants Are Historically Slow at Adopting New Technology
August 8, 2022
  The restaurant industry has historically been slow to shift and adopt new technology. Ben Simmons, Co-founder and COO of Table Needs recalled a meeting in 2012 when a restaurant owner was Read more
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As Mortgage Rates Stay Up, Lenders and Brokers Need to Get ‘Creative’
August 7, 2022
Editor's Note: This report was initially conducted after July 14's Freddie Mac weekly average mortgage rates were released. Though the video focuses on those specific averages, the article has been Read more
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Netflix & Microsoft Ad Partnership Will Be a ‘Windfall’ For Advertisers. Here’s Why.
August 6, 2022
Earlier this year during Netflix’s Q1 2022 post-earnings call, CEO Reed Hastings changed his tune around advertising on the streaming service. Once a key selling point as an on-demand ad-free way to Read more
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On-site hydrogen: what’s the big deal?
January 26, 2021
  For years, one of the issues with hydrogen has been that it is manufactured at one facility – sometimes as a byproduct – then taken elsewhere. But what if the hydrogen could be made Read more
Hydrogen: the Swiss-army knife element
December 22, 2020
Few companies in the world can say they’ve been working with hydrogen for as long as Nel. That’s why Bjorn Simonsen, who, until recently, was Nel’s Vice President for Investor Relations and Read more
H2: the ultimate chemical building block
November 30, 2020
  There is little doubt hydrogen is a huge player in energy going forward, but just what will that look like? Dr. Kathy Ayers, Nel Hydrogen’s Vice President of Research and Development, is Read more