Symbol: 8NI.F
Exchange: FRA
Employees: 450
Nikola Corporation designs and manufactures battery electric and hydrogen-electric vehicless. It operates in two business units, Truck and Energy. The Truck business unit develops and commercializes battery electric vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, vehicle components, and class 8 trucks that provide solutions to the short-haul, medium-haul, and long-haul trucking sector. The Energy business unit is focuses on developing and constructing a network of hydrogen fueling stations for its fuel-cell electric and other customers. Nikola Corporation was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.
United States

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Last Price14,13 €
Change0,0920 €
Change %0,66%

Latest news:

  • Nikola widens loss

    Nikola Corporation reported a first quarter non-GAAP net loss per share of $0.14 compared to a loss of $0.12, prior year. On average, seven analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report a loss per share of $0.27, for the quarter. First quarter net loss widened to $120.2 million or $0.31 per share from […]

  • Nikola signs 100 trucks agreement

    Nikola announced a collaboration with California port trucking company Total Transportation Services, which is working towards a zero-emission fleet. The collaboration includes vehicle trials and a Letter of Intent to order 100 Nikola Class 8 battery-electric vehicles and fuel-cell electric vehicle semi-trucks. The LOI order will begin with a four-truck pilot in H1 2022, which […]

  • Hexagon Purus signs agreement with Nikola

    Hexagon Purus has signed a long-term agreement with Nikola Corporation to develop and supply its high-performance type 4 hydrogen cylinders. The scope of the agreement is over a multi-year period with an estimated sales value in excess of EUR 200 million. The project’s development phase will commence in Q2 2021. The technology is planned to […]

  • Nikola and Iveco team up with OGE

    Nikola reported plans with Iveco and OGE to transport hydrogen from production sources to fueling stations that support fuel-cell powered vehicles. OGE operates a natural gas pipeline infrastructure network in Germany. The three companies said in a statement that they have agreed to transport hydrogen via a pipeline network to fueling stations.

  • Nikola lost fuel cell executive

    Nikola lost a key member of its executive team after Jesse Schneider left the company on April 1. Schneider led the Nikola engineering teams working on fuel-cell systems, a planned hydrogen fueling station network and storage technology.