A Scandinavian collaboration is seeking to develop new technology for hydrogen gas production, to increase electrolysis yields by more than 150%.
Swedish technology firm Semcon has revealed it will collaborate with the Norwegian-based hydrogen company, Hystar in a bid to improve the efficiency of electrolyser stacks. Under the joint project, Semcon and Hystar look to develop a new generation of electrolysers containing new design concepts for components.
According to the companies, the new technology has the potential of reducing the capital cost of electrolysis by up to 60%, which could encourage the upscaling of green hydrogen production.
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