Development begins on facility creating a breakthrough technology that could produce green hydrogen at $1/kg

A “first-of-its-kind” facility in Israel capable of producing 600MW of green hydrogen per year has started development, project developers H2Pro revealed today (March 30).

Being developed on the Tzipporit Industrial Zone, the facility will produce cost-effective systems to generate green hydrogen from water and electricity.

These innovative systems will be based on a new patented technology called Electrochemical – Thermally Activated Chemical (E-TAC) with the facility also expected to be operational in 2023.

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