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New Johnson Matthey consortium is aiming to develop the next-generation of electrolysers
New Johnson Matthey consortium is aiming to develop the next-generation of electrolysers

New Johnson Matthey consortium is aiming to develop the next-generation of electrolysers

A new partnership between Johnson Matthey, Bekaert, TNO and Schaeffler, is aiming to develop the next-generation of electrolysers to levelise the costs of hydrogen and improve component efficiency.

This research programme will run over the next three years and will be pivotal in creating the next generation of electrolysers and support the growing demand for hydrogen.

Read more: Johnson Matthey, Hystar partner to develop next generation electrolysers for hydrogen production
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