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1.25MW electrolyser ordered for US nuclear power plant

1.25MW electrolyser ordered for US nuclear power plant

An order has been placed for a 1.25MW electrolyser to be installed at a US-based nuclear power plant which will soon be a “ground-breaking” project for carbon-free hydrogen production.

Nel Hydrogen US, a subsidiary of Nel ASA, on Wednesday (August 12) said it had received an approximately $2.6m order for the MC250 PEM electrolyser from a leading utility based in the US.

Once the client received the order next year (2022), the electrolyser will be installed at the power plant for self-supply of hydrogen to meet its turbine cooling and chemistry control requirements.

Commenting on the order, Stephen Szymanski, Vice-President Sales and Marketing at Nel Hydrogen US, said, “This project represents an important first step toward developing a regional supply of zero carbon hydrogen, while supporting clean baseload electricity resources on the grid.”

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