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Mitsubishi looks to decarbonise operations with major high-pressure alkaline electrolyser system
Mitsubishi looks to decarbonise operations with major high-pressure alkaline electrolyser system

Mitsubishi looks to decarbonise operations with major high-pressure alkaline electrolyser system

Mitsubishi Power is looking to decarbonise its operations with hydrogen, having today (August 24) ordered what it says is the world’s largest single stack high-pressure alkaline electrolyser system.

Ordered from HydrogenPro, the system will have a capacity of 1100 normal cubic metres per hour and will support both companies in scaling up and validating hydrogen technology.

According to project plans, the system will initially be installed at the Herøya Industrial Park in Norway, but Mitsubishi will then look to introduce similar electrolyser technologies into its operations in the US.

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