Meeting scale: PEM and alkaline leading the electrolyser charge

Green hydrogen has landed itself a place in global energy discussion as the world looks to decarbonise, with the clean energy carrier expected to play a role across mobility, energy and industry.

However, if that potential is to be realised, an immense scale up of  technologies needed to produce green hydrogen will be required.

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), by 2030, if all electrolyser projects in the global pipeline were implemented, it would lead to an installed electrolyser capacity of between 170GW and 365GW¹, but as with almost all technologies, there is debate over which route offers the most promising results.

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