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Chemours to support Versogen in scaling its ‘next generation’ clean hydrogen production technology
Chemours to support Versogen in scaling its ‘next generation’ clean hydrogen production technology

Chemours to support Versogen in scaling its ‘next generation’ clean hydrogen production technology

An innovative method in producing clean hydrogen is set to be supported by Chemours as it aims to accelerate the hydrogen ecosystem and produce affordable green hydrogen at scale.

The technology produced by US-based Versogen is a new class of electrolyser, built with patented anion exchange membrane (AEM) technology, is engineered to reduce the costs of producing green hydrogen at every stage with the most advanced membranes that offer durability, performance and scalability.

The pioneering approach to hydrogen generation provides operational benefits similar to a proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyser system at a significantly lower capital expenditure cost whilst creating high-purity hydrogen.

Denise Dignam, President of Advanced Performance Materials for Chemours, said, “Chemours is passionate about the potential of the hydrogen economy and our role in it, and we’re constantly looking for opportunities to accelerate innovation and new technologies for clean energy.

“We’re excited to participate in Versogen to help power their continued scale-up and to have the opportunity to collaborate with a start-up in our backyard to understand better the synergies between AEM technology and our Nafion™ ion exchange membranes in green hydrogen production.”

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