General Motors is joining with Hydrogen US, a Nel ASA subsidiary, to advance the industrialization of Nel’s PEM electrolyzer platform.
The aim of the deal is to make “clean” hydrogen sources more cost competitive with other hydrogen sources – principally hydrogen produced from fossil fuels.
Nel has an excellent reputation and track record for hydrogen technology. It was, for example, the first company to establish an automated alkaline electrolyzer production line. The joint-venture with GM is meant to produce Nel’s proton exchange membrane electrolyzer on a larger scale.