ArcelorMittal invests $5m in H2Pro to support its disruptive hydrogen production method from water

Hydrogen continues to be a crucial technology to explore for ArcelorMittal with the company revealing that it has made a $5m investment in H2Pro.

Along with other investors including, Temasel, Horizons Ventures, Breakthrough Energy Ventures and Yara, the H2Pro technology holds significant potential and could send ripples throughout the hydrogen industry.

Central to the HG2Pro technology is being able to produce hydrogen from water much like electrolysis however using Electrochemical – Thermally Activated Chemical (E-TAC) using electricity to split water and oxygen.

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