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Exclusive: EH2 – Electrolysers today are far too small for the infrastructure use cases that actually matter in decarbonisation

As we continue to hear questions surrounding the so-called chicken and egg dilemma for hydrogen, one company has its eyes set on creating what it describes as a new generation of electrolyser technology which it hopes will enable clean, abundant, and low-cost hydrogen, in an attempt to take on the challenge itself.

Massachusetts and California, US-based Electric Hydrogen (EH2) announced in June (2022) success in Series B fundraising, boasting $198m in investment to back its focus of building electrolyser systems with a minimum capacity of 100MW, utilising carbon-free energy and emitting no carbon during their production process.

EH2 hope to create a pathway to decarbonise crucial sectors such as steel and fertiliser, with long-term views of cutting emissions in infrastructure and freight transport as well. At present, the company says it is working with its customers in North America and Europe, with demonstration projects likely to be deployed in the regions in 2024.

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