Nel, the world’s largest hydrogen electrolyzer manufacturer, provides optimal green hydrogen solutions using alkaline and Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer technologies.
Since its founding in 1927, Nel has enjoyed a proud history of development and continual improvement of the hydrogen production process. Our hydrogen solutions cover the entire value chain including on-site hydrogen production for lab and industrial applications, hydrogen energy storage, power to gas, and manufacturing of hydrogen fueling stations.
Hydrogen Supply for Energy Applications
The Power of Science and Innovation
Achieving over 500,000 Cell Hours with Zero Failures with the Nel Hydrogen M Series
Raising Awareness with National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day
The First Public Hydrogen Fueling Station in Switzerland
How Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Can Refuel Using Remote Hydrogen
Investing in the Future of Hydrogen
The Power to Gas Concept
Is Hydrogen the Best Fuel Option to Replace Fossil Fuels?
What is a Hydrogen Fuel Cell?
Generating Hydrogen from Renewable Power
What is Grid Balancing?
Using Hydrogen to Increase Your Renewable Assets
ENGIE and Nel Hydrogen: Electrolyzers for the World's Largest Hydrogen Mining Truck
Understanding Hydrogen Energy Storage
Hydrogen Fuel and the Benefits for Transport and Mobility
Nel ASA: Receives Purchase Order for 20MW Alkaline Electrolyser from Ovako
Howden Signs Framework Agreement with Nel to Accelerate Supply of Hydrogen Compressor Solutions
PEM Hydrogen Generators: 10 to 30 Nm³/h
Alkaline Hydrogen Generators: 103 to 4,000 Nm³/h
Containerized PEM Hydrogen Generators: 246 to 492 Nm³/h
H2Station™ Fueling Station Modules
H2Station™ Storage Modules
H2Station™ Supply Modules
H2Station™ Hydrogen Fuel Dispensers
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The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Dr. Melis Duyar
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Melis Duyar from the University of Surrey about their contribution to clean technology research. Duyar has worked with her team to develop materials and processes to capture carbon dioxide, perform a chemical transformation of the captured carbon dioxide with hydrogen, and
AZoCleantech speaks with Julian Hunt from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis about his research into a new hydropower technology.
Dr. Claire Rossouw
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Claire Rossouw, Technical Support Manager at OMEX Environmental.