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GHFG to produce 2GW of CPH2’s Membrane-Free Electrolysers on licence
© CPH2
GHFG to produce 2GW of CPH2’s Membrane-Free Electrolysers on licence
© CPH2

GHFG to produce 2GW of CPH2’s Membrane-Free Electrolysers on licence

UK-based green hydrogen technology firm, CPH2, revealed in July (2022) it had signed its first licence agreement with the Alternus and Soleirtricity joint venture, GHFG for the construction of 2GW of its Membrane-Free Electrolysers (MFE)  over a 20 year period.

H2 view understands GHFG will produce the CPH2 MFEs at a new facility in Ireland, with intentions of installing each GHFG-produced electrolyser alongside and powered by Alternus owned and operated solar energy projects, with production planned to start in 2023.

Read more: CPH2: Membrane-free technology set to revolutionise the electrolyser market

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