The company’s new PEM electrolyser uses a ‘turnkey’ configuration that can be adapted to customer specifications, and includes a fuel cell, storage system and electrolyser as standard. It is already being used across research facilities, including a Russell Group university in England which is assisting IMI Critical Engineering’s ongoing research into eco-fuels and green technologies.
Giuseppe Buscemi, President of IMI Critical Engineering, Europe, said: “We began developing the IMI VIVO Electrolyser in 2020, as part of the company’s accelerator programme to identify and create solutions to assist the energy transition. IMI’s purpose is Breakthrough Engineering for a better world, and this new solution demonstrates that commitment in action. By combining our engineering capabilities with innovative technologies, we can work with our customers to make the world safer, cleaner, and greener.”