The H24All project has presented an application for European Green Deal funding to develop a 100 megawatt (MW) alkaline electrolyser plant to produce hydrogen at a Repsol industrial site.
Led by a consortium of fifteen partners, the project aims to pave the way for a new and competitive hydrogen industry by developing, building, operating, and demonstrating the sustainability of a 100 MW high-pressure alkaline electrolyser, thought to be one of the largest in Europe.
During the H24All project, partners will bring together different solutions that together will represent significant progress in hydrogen technologies that improve the competitiveness and viability of an electrolyser while reducing the investment needed as well as operating costs.
The complete timeline of the project encompasses an expected three years of research, development and construction, plus two years of the demonstration and validation phase.
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