German diversified industrial group thyssenkrupp has significantly expanded its manufacturing capacities and can now produce electrolysis cells with a total power consumption of up to one gigawatt per year, together with its strategic supplier and joint venture partner De Nora.
Green hydrogen, produced by electrolysis using renewable electricity, is essential for a successful energy transition and for meeting international climate targets.
Hydrogen is not only a clean energy carrier and fuel; it is also a CO2-neutral feedstock for the production of green chemicals.
As a specialist in the engineering and construction of chemical plants, thyssenkrupp can already realise entire value chains, from the large-scale production of hydrogen to the subsequent manufacture of sustainable base chemicals such as ammonia and methanol.
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