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Baker Hughes has launched its latest product for hydrogen – Druck hydrogen-rated pressure sensors. Designed to offer longer-term stability and withstand harsh environments, the new sensors can be used in a variety of applications, including gas turbines, water electrolysis, and hydrogen filling stations.
Ionomr Innovations has validated industry-leading stability and performance of its AEM electrolyzer technology using proprietary Aemion+® membranes and polymers with the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and secured funding from Shell Ventures and others.
HyPSTER, the first renewable hydrogen storage demonstrator in a salt cavern, was inaugurated on 15 September in Etrez, France. The project paves the way for the creation of an industrial-scale renewable hydrogen storage sector and technical and economic replicability to other sites in Europe.
Mitsubishi Power, a power solutions brand of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), has announced that Takasago Hydrogen Park, the world’s first integrated hydrogen validation facility, has entered full-scale operation. The park is located at MHI’s Takasago Machinery Works in Hyogo Prefecture in west-central Japan.
The Salzgitter Group has selected ANDRITZ to supply one of Europe’s largest green hydrogen plants for the SALCOS® program, which aims to achieve virtually CO₂-free (green) steel production. ANDRITZ will build a 100 MW electrolysis plant at the Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH site on an EPC basis.
H2U Technologies has performed durability tests on new, lower-cost, iridium-free catalyst materials that demonstrate a projected lifetime of 25,000 hours. This groundbreaking durability milestone addresses supply chain bottlenecks for sustainable hydrogen production with Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzers.