Nel ASA has joinws network of Norwegian technology companies with international growth ambitions. The purpose of the network, which is named Nordic Industry Center, is to create an arena for knowledge sharing, project development, and acceleration of Norwegian companies that want to take part in Chinese mega projects and grow their business in China. Nordic Industry Center is initiated by BI Norwegian Business School and Kongsberg Innovation and located at the Tsinghua University in Beijing, China’s leading University. Nel entered into a cooperation agreement with Nordic Industry Center in December last year, and the agreement was officially signed on Thursday this week, at the Advisory Board’s first meeting, that has been postponed until now due to corona restrictions.Fertilizer company Yara also signed the agreement and other large Norwegian industry companies are in process of joining the network as well. The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise, Global Green Hydrogen Organization and the municipality of Oslo has also signed up to the partnership.Nel is the World’s largest electrolyser manufacturer with more than 3,500 units delivered in more than 80 countries since 1927. The company has previously communicated an ambition to reach 10 GW production capacity in Europe, Asia and the US within 2025, if required by the market.