Hydrogen production digital toolbox to be developed by German-Scottish university collaboration

Technische Universität (TU) Braunschweig, Germany and the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, have agreed to create a ‘digital toolbox’ to accelerate hydrogen production.

Revealed today (June10), the strategic partners are working on the DiTo-H2 project to research hydrogen production, funded by the Scotland-Germany Hydrogen Research Scheme (SGHRS), which awarded £97,000 ($120,800) to four Scottish and German Universities.

The so-called digital toolbox is set to be provide modelling framework, mapping technological advances and how they will translate into performance improvements at electrolyser and energy grid level.

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