Fusion Fuel announces Italian green hydrogen plans

Portuguese-based solar-to-hydrogen innovator, Fusion Fuel has today (November 18) announced it will jointly develop the green hydrogen ecosystem in Italy and select markets in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region following an agreement.

Having entered into a commercial agreement with Italian-based Duferco Energia, the companies will kick off their partnership with a 1.25MW green hydrogen pilot project at Duferco’s industrial site in Giammoro, Italy.

With intentions of installing 50 of its HEVO-Solar PEM electrolyser units, the facility is expected to produce up to 46 tonnes of green hydrogen per year, which is planned to be used to power a molten carbonate fuel cell (MFFC) system.

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