Ohmium to provide 52 tonnes of green hydrogen for Spanish LNG terminal project, secures $250m in fundraising round

Ohmium International has announced plans to supply its electrolysers to a Spanish LNG terminal to cut emissions and secured $250m in a fundraising round.

The US electrolyser manufacturer has said it will supply its PEM technology to Efficiency for LNG Applications (E4Efficiency) for its project to decarbonise its terminal in southern Spain.

Dubbed the Huelva project, it will see up to 52 tonnes of green hydrogen annually to replace methane used in a gas flare pilot flame at the Huelva Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) regasification terminal in Andalusia.

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