A newly formed consortium will build the “world’s first” multi-megawatt scale high-temperature electrolyser for hydrogen production in Rotterdam.
Renewable products specialist Neste, French public research organisation CEA, plant builder Paul Wurth, the energy utility ENGIE and cleantech company Sunfire, are all part of the MULTIPLHY project which was announced yesterday.
MULTIPLHY marks the first demonstration of a high-temperature electrolyser in an industrial refining process with a nominal power input of 2.6MW and a hydrogen production capacity of 60kg/h.
The group hopes that by the end of 2024, the electrolyser would have been in operation for approximately 16,000 hours, producing a total of around 960 tonnes of green hydrogen.
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