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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.

DNV to launch phase 2 of offshore hydrogen pipelines JIP

DNV is launching the second phase of H2Pipe, a joint industry project (JIP) aiming to develop a new code for the design, re-qualification, construction and operation of offshore pipelines to transport hydrogen – either pure or blended with natural gas. Phase 2 will be kicked off in late March 2023 and is open for more partners to join.

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La Robla

280 MW green hydrogen plant to replace coal power plant in La Robla

In La Robla, Spain, Enagás Renovable and Naturgy plan to construct a renewable hydrogen plant with a production capacity of up to 280 MW. Scheduled to start up in 2026, the plant will be located on the site of Naturgy’s former thermal power plant, which is currently in the process of being decommissioned.

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New catalyst breakthrough could drive down electrolyser costs

RMIT University researchers have developed a cheaper and more energy-efficient way to make hydrogen directly from seawater, skipping the need for desalination and its associated cost, energy consumption and carbon emissions. What is more, the new process generates no chlorine as a by-product.

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