The Power of Science and Innovation

Nel Hydrogen is committed to pushing the boundaries of science and continues to support the research and development of new and innovative technologies.

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New Research Paper

A group of leading researchers and two employees of Proton Energy Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Nel ASA (Nel Hydrogen) have recently published a paper titled “Structural Basis for Differing Electrocatalytic Water Oxidation by the Cubic, Layered and Spinel Forms of Lithium Cobalt Oxides" in the Energy & Environmental Science Journal, a highly respected publication by members of the scientific community.


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