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Topics such as electrolyzers, materials, flow control, compressors, sealings and storage tanks are covered as well as interviews with specialists, manufacturers and end users alike.
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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.

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Ariel Re relaunches clean energy division as ‘Ariel Green’

Global (re)insurer Ariel Re has relaunched its clean energy division as Ariel Green, recognizing the increasingly crucial role of Technology Performance Insurance in accelerating innovation in clean energy technologies to help curb climate change. The company has insured $30bn worth of assets on six continents.

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NewHydrogen reveals the key to its breakthrough technology

NewHydrogen, the developer of a breakthrough technology that uses clean energy and water to produce green hydrogen, today released a podcast video by Steve Hill, the Company’s CEO, which describes in detail how the company plans to use heat rather than electricity to split water to produce hydrogen.

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