Oracle Power partners with Nuvera Fuel Cells

Working with Nuvera will equip Oracle with the technical expertise to bring the benefits of the clean, safe and highly efficient green hydrogen fuel cells to the industrial vehicle market in Pakistan.

Oracle Power PLC (the international natural resources project developer, is pleased to announce that it has signed a non-binding MoU with Nuvera Fuel Cells LLC and jointly explores opportunities for de-carbonised heavy-duty transport and port infrastructure in Pakistan powered by green hydrogen.

Nuvera, headquartered in Massachusetts, is enabling hydrogen vehicle adoption. Nuvera manufactures heavy-duty, zero-emission fuel cell engines for mobility applications. With teams located in the US, Europe and Asia, Nuvera provides clean, safe and efficient products designed to meet the rigorous needs of industrial vehicles and other transportation markets.

The MoU provides a framework in which Oracle and Nuvera will collaborate to identify and build relationships with customers in Pakistan, which may become early adopters of zero-emission mobility. The two parties will also coordinate and work with the governments of Sindh and Pakistan to obtain the required support for setting up hydrogen mobility infrastructure. Oracle and Nuvera intend to cooperate in the demonstration of fuel cell-powered heavy-duty vehicles.

Naheed Memon, CEO of Oracle, said, “Building on our recent developments in the hydrogen industry, including our JV partnership supported by His Highness Shaikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, the MoU with Nuvera provides us with a highly attractive opportunity to commercialise this ground-breaking fuel source.”

Oracle is now carving out a prominent position in the southern-Asian energy and power industry, supported by influential, relevant and experienced partners, to advance our ambitions to establish and commercialise the first green hydrogen facility in Pakistan.

Zohaib Ali

Zohaib is the editor of H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me if you want to talk about a news.
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