Croatian refinery to adopt green hydrogen with 10MW electrolyser installation

A Croatian refinery is set to use green hydrogen to partially decarbonise its processes as a US electrolyser manufacturer inks a new 10MW supply deal.

Engineering and construction firm IVICOM selected Californian-based Ohmium to supply 10MW of PEM electrolysers to build a green hydrogen plant at INA’s Rijeka Refinery.

New solar installations will be used to power the electrolysers and supply green hydrogen to replace grey hydrogen currently used in the refinery’s operations, while also supplying “sustainable fuel” to Croatia’s market.

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