Illinois, US energy firm introduces green hydrogen to its portfolio

Illinois, US-based firm, Invenergy has announced its first green hydrogen project, which looks to deploy Ohmium International’s electrolyser technology.

Invenergy has said its Sauk Valley Hydrogen project plans to generate green hydrogen, using power from the company’s co-located solar plant in Nelson, and Ohmium’s electrolyser technology, with ambitions of being operational by the end of 2022.

Expected to produce up to 52 tonnes of hydrogen annually, the project is set to also boast up to 400kg of hydrogen storage on site, which can provide Invenergy’s 584MW Nelson Energy Centre, with any excess being able to be shipped and used offsite.

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