Electrolyzers News

Water electrolyzers are electrochemical devices used to split water into its constituent elements, hydrogen and oxygen, by passage of an electrical current. There are four main types of electrolyzers: alkaline and proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers are already mature, while anion exchange membrane (AEM) and solid oxide electrolyzers are still under development. These technologies differ in numerous ways, most notably in cell design and variations within components. In this section you can find news items related to various aspects of electrolyzer technologies, equipment and components. If you would like to see your news release published here and in our email newsletter, please feel free to contact Matjaž Matošec.

Nanobubble research to improve green hydrogen production

In a novel study, researchers at the University of Twente have made significant strides in understanding the behaviour of micro- and nanobubbles on electrodes during water electrolysis, a process crucial for green hydrogen production. These tiny bubbles form on the electrodes, blocking the flow of electricity and reducing the efficiency of the reaction.

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Nel signs licensing agreement with Reliance

Nel Hydrogen Electrolyser ASA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nel ASA, has entered into a technology licensing agreement with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), India’s largest private-sector corporation. The agreement provides RIL with an exclusive license for Nel’s alkaline electrolysers in India and allows RIL to manufacture Nel’s alkaline electrolysers for captive purposes globally.

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McPhy selected by VALOREM Group for equipment supply

McPhy Energy has been selected by the VALOREM Group and its construction subsidiary VALREA to support them in the implementation of the ‘Rouen Vallée Hydrogène’ (RVH2) project. McPhy will provide a 1-MW electrolyzer and a 350-bar McFilling station to power public transport vehicles in the Greater Rouen area and to provide renewable hydrogen to local industrial sites.

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