Awarded USD 8.3 million Hydrogen Electrolyser Fueling Station Contract

Who: Sunline –
Where: Palm Springs, California
Project desc.: Fueling for bus fleet
Product: PEM M400 electrolyser, and two H2Station®
Value: 8.3 Million USD
Support: Californian Air Resources Board (CARB) under the California Climate Investments (CCI) program.
When: Expected delivery and installation during 2018

Oslo, 25 September 2017
Proton Onsite (Proton) and Nel Hydrogen Solutions, divisions of Nel ASA (Nel, OSE:NEL), have received a purchase order of USD 8.3 million on a combined hydrogen PEM electrolyser and H2Station® fueling solution for SunLine Transit Agency (SunLine) in California. The combined solution will have a hydrogen capacity of up to 900 kg per day, making it the
world’s largest combined hydrogen production and fueling facility currently being contracted.
SunLine will use the solution for fueling of their growing fleet of Fuel Cell Electric Buses operating in the Palm Springs area in California.

“We are very pleased to have been awarded this contract to deliver a turnkey hydrogen production
and fueling solution to SunLine that will provide zero-emission public transportation for the Palm
Springs area and contribute to California’s climate efforts. This delivery highlights the combined
strengths of Proton and Nel, using cutting-edge technology both within PEM electrolysis and heavy
duty fueling solutions for buses,” says Jon André Løkke, Chief Executive Officer of Nel.

The facility will be delivered turn-key, consisting of one Proton PEM M400 electrolyser, and two
H2Station® unitsfrom Nel. The awarded contract has a total value of just over USD 8.3 million, with
expected delivery and installation during 2018.

“The project is strategically important for Nel and Proton, as it shows our joint capability in delivering unparalleled hydrogen production and fueling solutions. The combined organization is well-positioned to be part of current and future initiatives needed to achieve California’s long-term renewable energy goals,” says Løkke.

The project is supported by the Californian Air Resources Board (CARB) under the California Climate
Investments (CCI) program.

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