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Larsen & Toubro (L&T) has commissioned its first indigenously manufactured hydrogen electrolyser at the Green Hydrogen Plant located within the A M Naik Heavy Engineering Complex in Hazira, Gujarat, India, marking the entry of L&T Electrolysers into the domestic manufacturing of electrolysers.
H2SITE commissions membrane separator capable of extracting 5–20% hydrogen blends at +99% purity from gas distribution network
H2SITE has successfully validated the feasibility of separating hydrogen blends ranging from 5% to 20% H₂ concentration in regional distribution system operator (DSO) Nortegas’s gas network, within the framework of the H2SAREA project.
Danish electrolyzer manufacturer Green Hydrogen Systems has announced that it has reached technical proof of concept for the X-Series electrolyser prototype. This milestone follows several months of commissioning and testing, leading to third-party validation, which is the final step in the technical proof of concept.
Ceres has joined forces with the design, engineering and project management organisation AtkinsRéalis to deliver the front-end engineering design (FEED) for a commercial multi-megawatt modularised hydrogen production system based on Ceres’s robust, low-cost and highly efficient solid oxide electrolysis (SOEC) technology.
Researchers at the Robert Gordon University (RGU) have designed a tubular cell that can withstand high temperatures. The team have developed a solution to aid the production of hydrogen by designing, fabricating, and testing electrodes used in solid oxide steam electrolysis (SOSE) for waste steam generated from nuclear power plants.
Lhyfe has unveiled plans for its first UK plant to support the country’s net zero ambitions. If plans are approved, Lhyfe’s facility on the brownfield site of the historic Neptune Bank Power Station in Wallsend, North Tyneside, would have an initial capacity of 20 MW, capable of producing up to eight tonnes of green hydrogen per day.