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Energy Harbor, DOE sign agreement for a nuclear hydrogen production pilot project that could be operational by 2023

Energy Harbor, DOE sign agreement for a nuclear hydrogen production pilot project that could be operational by 2023

Zero-carbon hydrogen production from nuclear energy is set to be the central focus of a new agreement revealed on Tuesday (Oct 19) between Energy Harbor and the US Department of Energy (DOE).

With the signing of the new agreement, Energy Harbor has stated that the nuclear hydrogen production system could be operational in 2023.

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The collaboration will see the two groups continue the development of the zero-carbon production project at the Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Station in Ohio, US.

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