In a press release Monday, the US company Nikola Motor Company, which has developed hybrid carriers, announced that the new truck, Nikola Tre, will be exhibiting in April at the Nikola World Fair in Phoenix, USA.
The company is referred to as "Tre" and is the number 3 in Norway, and the company writes in a press release because it is for hydrogen-electricity and the European market.
Nicolas & # 39; s founder and CEO of Trevor Milton, "This truck is really sensational and overtime for Europe," he said.
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Must be tested on Norwegian roads
Nikola chose Norway as a test country for the truck and aimed to start testing on Norwegian roads around 2020.
In Europe, the location of the truck has not yet been determined.
The Norwegian hydrogen company Nel works closely with Nikola on hydrogen stations worldwide and invested in the US company, the largest customer in Nelspruit in September, at a rate of five million dollars.
Cover Europe until 2030
In the press release, Nikola writes in collaboration with Nel that they are working to develop hydrogen stations in the US, and that this will happen in Europe.
"Nel is good at working with our US station design and making them available. We will work with Nel to secure resources for our European growth strategy. We have a lot of work ahead, but we can achieve goals with the right partners," says CFO Kim Brady, Nikola.
Medvind på Børsen
On Monday, the shares of Nel rose by 6.43 percent in Oslo Børs and closed at 4.47 kroner. In the past year, the stock increased by 62.26 percent, according to Infront.
It is known that in June, the Nikola Motor Company issued orders for a few billion crowns in Nel. This led Nel & # 39; s building a new factory in Notodden.
Nikola's European charging stations are scheduled to operate around 2022 and will cover most of the European market by 2030.