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Avoiding the PEM bottleneck – Iridium-based catalysts for giga-scale production
© Ames Goldsmith Ceimig
Avoiding the PEM bottleneck – Iridium-based catalysts for giga-scale production
© Ames Goldsmith Ceimig

Avoiding the PEM bottleneck – Iridium-based catalysts for giga-scale production

Ames Goldsmith Ceimig is the PEM technology division of the Ames Goldsmith Corporation – a multinational precious metal chemistry specialist. Based in Dundee, Scotland, Ames Goldsmith Ceimig has long been a champion of low-iridium catalysts for PEM technology, actively selling into the market for over 15 years.

Over the last two years, the company has scaled up production of its iridium containing catalysts to over 500kg per annum in support of a rapidly growing and expanding customer base. This level of production is enough to supply iridium-based catalysts for well over a gigawatt of electrolyser manufacturing per year. Moreover, the company is further committed to ramping up production in line with this rapidly growing market.

Meeting the need

There are ambitious targets globally for electrolyser production with an estimated 100GW needing to be installed by 2030, increasing to an estimated 3,585GW of electrolysis required by 2050.

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