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Druck Hydrogen Rated Pressure Sensor
Baker Hughes launches new Druck hydrogen pressure sensor technology
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.
Membrane Cut
Ionomr validates stability and performance of its AEM technology
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.
First demonstrator of renewable hydrogen storage in salt cavern inaugurated
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.
Takasago Hydrogen Park enters full-scale operation
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.
H2U Technologies, Dr. Zachary Ifkovits
H2U achieves 25,000-hour lifetime of non-iridium catalysts
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.