US-based Intersect Power and Electric Hydrogen have revealed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) today (Oct 8) that will see the groups collaborate to deploy unique electrolysers from 2022.
The MoU provides a framework for the groups to collaborate on the application of Electric Hydrogen’s unique proprietary proton exchange membrane (PEM electrolysis system.
As well as this, the technical collaboration between the two groups will focus on directly pairing and integrating renewable power with the electrolysis system to help enable higher efficiencies.
In doing so it could significantly reduce the cost of the green hydrogen produced and thus cater for the growing demand for hydrogen in the future.
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