H2Pro and Sumitomo to collaborate on green hydrogen projects

Israeli clean tech company H2Pro and Japanese Fortune Global 500 conglomerate Sumitomo Corporation have agreed to partner on green hydrogen initiatives.

Under the agreement, Sumitomo will integrate H2Pro’s electrolysers at ‘the multiple hundreds of MW level’ for use primarily in green ammonia projects.  

In the initial phase of the agreement, Sumitomo and its partners will collaborate with H2Pro on operation for its technology pilot and demonstration, also suppling H2Pro with various manufacturing equipment.  

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