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Nel awarded purchase order for two hydrogen fueling stations in South Korea

Norway-headed hydrogen technology provider Nel ASA has announced that its subsidiary Nel Korea Co., Ltd., has received a purchase order for the two H2Station hydrogen fueling stations from Public Procurement Service (PPS) on behalf of Gangwon Technopark in South Korea.

According to a statement, reference is made to the announcement of February 22, where Nel Korea Co., Ltd., received notice of bid winner for two additional stations in South Korea. Nel Korea has now received a purchase order for the two H2Station hydrogen fueling stations from Public Procurement Service (PPS) on behalf of Gangwon Technopark.

We are happy to announce that after negotiations with PPS on behalf of Gangwon Technopark, we have received a purchase order to deliver two additional stations in South Korea, which today is one of the most important and fastest growing markets for hydrogen mobility, said  Simon Choi, Sales Director and VP, Nel Korea.

The value of the contract is around EUR 2.8 million, and the H2Station units are scheduled to be installed in Gangneung and Samcheok during 2019.

A hydrogen fuelling dispenser (photo courtesy Nel).

Nel Korea Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Norway-headed hydrogen technology provider Nel has received a purchase order for the two H2Station hydrogen fueling stations from Public Procurement Service (PPS) on behalf of Gangwon Technopark in South Korea (photo courtesy Nel).

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