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EODev partners Nilsson Energy in Sweden for GEH2 distribution

Nilsson Energy has signed a distribution agreement with EODev to rent and sell GEH2®. hydrogen fuel cell power generators in Scandinavia. Effective from January 2023, Nilsson Energy customers interested in making use of the GEH2® will be able to do so, since the very first units are already available in Sweden.

Nilsson Energy is a system integrator that develops, designs, installs and services decentralized energy systems with green hydrogen as an energy carrier. EODev's zero emissions power generator is a welcome addition to its existing product portfolio consisting of industrial applications, construction and property applications as well as applications for infrastructure in strategically important areas. "The GEH2®. is absolutely "state of the art" and we see enormous potential in being able to offer zero emission electricity wherever it is needed. In addition, we can supply it with hydrogen and either sell, lease or to let, which further facilitates handling for our customers," says Pontus Lundgren, CEO of Nilsson Energy.

With the opportunity to sell EODev's fuel cell hydrogen power generators, Nilsson Energy takes the next step towards being a leading integrator of decentralized hydrogen systems. Systems that will be vital in the transition to a robust and secure society with access to renewable energy.“Sweden is a particularly promising country for the deployment of our zero emission power solutions and we are very pleased to welcome Nilsson Energy to our distribution network. We have found in Nilsson Energy a serious partner with a strong expertise in the field of hydrogen and a highly motivated team that shares our commitment to provide an excellent service to our customers, “says Stéphane Jardin, Chief Commercial Officer, EODev.

The agreement follows a first successful collaboration using EODev's GEH2®. between Nilsson Energy and Toyota Sweden earlier this year, the heart of the GEH2® manufactured by EODev outside Paris being the same fuel cell that powers Toyota's hydrogen car Mirai. “The fuel cell generator that converts green hydrogen into electrical energy is a good example of how the technology from the Toyota Mirai can be used in interesting new contexts. Thanks to Nilsson Energy, the technology is now available in Sweden, which I see as an interesting and useful development," says Christian Norberg, CEO of Toyota Sweden AB.