SINEWAVE project boosted by €1.9m funding grant

Germany’s SINEWAVE project, which aims to close research gaps in the series production of electrolysis systems for green hydrogen production, is set to be boosted with €1.9m ($2.1m).

ITM Power today (Jan 10) confirmed that is has been approved for the German federal funding that will help to advance the research project and contribute to country’s decarbonisation goals.

Specifically, ITM Power hopes to educate and train experts in the field of installation, maintenance and operation of large-scale electrolysers, developing live monitoring and reporting of electrolyser systems, development a robust supply chain for large scale deployments and more.

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