Since its launch in May 2021, Californian start-up, Verdagy has grabbed headlines with its electrolyser technology that aims to dramatically reduce the cost of green hydrogen production, utilising a novel electrochemical cell.
Having spun out of an electrochemical company based in Moss Landing, California, named Chemetry, Verdagy has the legacy of a company that had spent over a decade working on decarbonising industrial chemical activities such as ethylene dichloride and propylene oxide production, utilising large electrochemical cells and membrane-based technologies.
In an exclusive interview with H2 View, Marty Neese, CEO of Verdagy, explained Chemetry took its learnings about hydrogen production as a by-product of its processes to kick off the pure-play green hydrogen electrolyser innovator. “A group of electrochemists, scientists and operations personnel from Chemetry moved onto a different path to become Verdagy,” he added.
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