Electrochemical solutions provider Permascand has today (22nd Jan) said it is partnering in the development of the Swedish Hydrogen Centre, a new knowledge facility for electrolysis and renewable hydrogen.
As a partner in the centre, Permascand will be able to further develop its technology to help secure its position as a leading player in the field of renewable hydrogen and play a part in achieving Sweden’s climate goals.
The project is run by RISE (Research Institute of Sweden) and the industrial research institute Swerim with project funding from Vinnova. Industrial partners such as Boliden, Sandvik and Siemens are also participating.
Commenting on Permascand’s involvement, the company’s CEO Peter Lundström, said, “The global interest in electrolysis and renewable hydrogen is growing explosively driven by electrification and increased demand for green energy.”
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