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.

Accelera electrolyzers to power Chevron solar-to-hydrogen project

Accelera™ by Cummins will supply Chevron New Energies with a 5-MW electrolyzer system for the production of electrolytic hydrogen in Lost Hills, CA. The project leverages the strategic agreement between Cummins and Chevron to stimulate the commercial and industrial adoption of hydrogen and other lower-carbon-intensity fuels in North America.

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Fortescue officially opens Gladstone electrolyser manufacturing facility

Fortescue has officially opened its electrolyser manufacturing facility in Gladstone, Queensland, Australia today – one of the first globally to feature an automated assembly line. Spanning 15,000 m², the facility was constructed and fully commissioned in just over two years and has the capacity to produce more than 2 GW of PEM electrolyser stacks annually.

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Helen to invest in Helsinki’s first green H₂ production plant

Finnish energy company Helen will build a green hydrogen production plant in Vuosaari, Helsinki. This is Helen’s first hydrogen project with which the company will increase its expertise to meet the needs of large-scale hydrogen production and enhance the flexibility to the entire energy system. This is also the first green hydrogen production plant to be built in Helsinki.

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