Clean Power Hydrogen’s innovative Membrane-Free Electrolyser™ technology receives governmental recognition

Clean Power Hydrogen’s unique Membrane-Free Electrolyser™ technology has gained governmental recognition with a UK MP visiting the company to find out how significant it could be for the domestic hydrogen economy.

Labour MP, Rosie Winterton, visited the company’s new facility in Doncaster, UK, which coincides with the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association’s (UK HFCA) Road to COP26 initiative aiming to showcase the best of the British industries hydrogen developments and how it is accelerating the UK’s hydrogen economy.

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