Johnson Matthey (JM) has taken the next step in its plans to commercialise technologies to enable production of zero carbon green hydrogen, with new manufacturing capacity for the production of catalyst coated membranes.
Co-located with JM’s cutting-edge plant in Swindon, UK, the new capacity enables JM to produce components now, initially for tens of megawatts of hydrogen production – enough to power several thousand homes.
Announcing the new capacity today (20th Jan), JM said it places it in a position to work with world scale projects, with a roadmap to scale to multi-gigawatt manufacturing capacity in line with customer demand as the market continues its anticipated growth.
“This is a significant step on our journey to commercialising this important technology which will help societies reach net zero. This new capacity demonstrates our ability to scale rapidly, recognising the growth potential in green hydrogen and strong fit with the group’s core strengths,” said Eugene McKenna, MD Green Hydrogen.
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