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Nikola Motor Company
April update: has signed a contract with one of the most recognized and valuable brands in the world to replace their entire fleet with Nikola hydrogen electric trucks. This is huge. We will install up to 28 hydrogen stations for their routes! One clear winner.
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Olaf van Yperen 29 Mar 18
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Press release?
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Tom Andre Glommen 29 Mar 18
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Congratulations 🎉 Sounds like an major contract! any timeline om this deal?
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Henning Glommen 29 Mar 18
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Great news! Is this the April 3rd news coming early?
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Dan Goldman 29 Mar 18
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Did you tell them that you lied when you said you had your prototype running? They're going to be pissed when they find out you are full of it.
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Ad van der Meer 29 Mar 18
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On your website you state that you were working on the first two hydrogen stations (11-15-17). Where are they and when will they be operational?
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William Blomstrand 29 Mar 18
Surprise surprise Tesla lemming.
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Stephan Parlow 29 Mar 18
great News indeed. I'm curious about the press release and about stock price of on tuesday!
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Chris Belyk 29 Mar 18
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I'm guessing going all in with H2 fleet. They have the most experience with H2 and already have 30+ DC's with 18k gal of liquid H2 on site via
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HydroClean 29 Mar 18
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Great news! With WMT or Amazon the hydrogen infrastructure is in place! Every DC has/is installing Plug GenFuel!
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PN Prosjekt AS 29 Mar 18
28 stations *loading*
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Michel Doepke 29 Mar 18
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Drew 29 Mar 18
Fantastic!! Don't forget to leave some manufacturing space available for some of us ordering smaller quantities... ; )
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Larzii 29 Mar 18
Replying to @nikolamotor
Dhl?
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Bjørn Eng 29 Mar 18
They are the sole supplier, so yes.
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Bjørn Eng 29 Mar 18
Oh, a pissed battery fanatic. Waky waky. The world is not all about batteries, and Tesla. By the way. Tesla is soon broke.
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EnerTuition 29 Mar 18
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Nice
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uzunseyfi 29 Mar 18
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are you coming to canada?
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No Name Horse™ 29 Mar 18
Let the Natural Gas, err H2, industry have their little win. Last time I checked, the cost per mile will always be higher on H2. Anyone backing H2 will pay a heavy price soon. It's just physics and economics.
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