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Elogen signs new collaboration agreement to expand water electrolysis technology for hydrogen

Elogen signs new collaboration agreement to expand water electrolysis technology for hydrogen

A new collaboration agreement signed between Elogen and the Université Paris-Saclay aims to expand development in the field of PEM water electrolysis and strengthen the production of low-carbon hydrogen.

The agreement will mark a new chapter in the partnership between the two companies with ambitions to extend further into the hydrogen market and support the wider energy transition to cleaner alternatives.

Water electrolysis provides a unique method in creating a renewable energy with low carbon emissions, with an abundance of water, hydrogen can be produced and help reach the rising demand for hydrogen for the future.

The research collaboration will take shape through projects for students at Université Paris-Saclay, through a shared access to the parties’ research and development materials and through joint participation in doctoral research programs funded by the French National Association for Research and Technology (ANRT).

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