Major breakthrough in green hydrogen production set to reduce the costs by 15%

A major breakthrough in green hydrogen production has been achieved in Denmark with an innovative solution that reduces the costs of hydrogen production through electrolysis by approximately 15%.

The method to achieve this would include increasing the size of the electrolysis cells to grant more efficient and effective splitting of hydrogen and oxygen molecules.

In utilising larger cells, the Ramboll foundation has said that the costs associated with an electrolysis plant can be halved contributing to a 50% reduction in the production costs of stacks and cells.

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