Following numerous project announcements for its decentralised solar-to-hydrogen electrolyser solution, Portuguese-based Fusion Fuel has today (November 23) announced its entry into the centralised PEM electrolyser market.
Dubbed the HEVO-chain, the PEM electrolyser builds off the company’s proprietary HEVO architecture which it says allows the system to operate at higher efficiencies compared to traditional cell-stack, at approximately 49kWh/kg of hydrogen.
Made up of 16 HEVO micro-electrolysers, the HEVO-Chain is said to offer 11.2kW of electrolysis capacity, outputting 5.6kg of hydrogen per day at a pressure of four bar. Fusion Fuel has said it is already planning a second-generation unit which it expects to increase the outlet pressure to 20-30 bar, with additional improvements.
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