Quantum computing hoped to accelerate hydrogen roll out

Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) announced today (May 26), that it has joined the ‘Qlimate Initiative’, to explore quantum computing solutions in green hydrogen.

FFI’s membership in Qlimate is the first step towards developing algorithms to solvie computer-centred bottlenecks in modelling proton exchange membrane (PEM) technology and pulse electrolysis.

It is hoped that the technology could accelerate the progression of the hydrogen industry to meet climate targets on schedule.

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