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Verdagy announces milestones in development of scaling electrolyser technologies
Verdagy announces milestones in development of scaling electrolyser technologies

Verdagy announces milestones in development of scaling electrolyser technologies

California, US-based start-up Verdagy has today (September 20) announced milestones in its development of what it says will be the ‘world’s largest’ membrane-based electrochemical cells for industrial-scale hydrogen generation.

Verdagy has launched its three-cell 500kW commercial electrolyser module at its Moss Landing, California, pilot plant, which it says incorporates the ‘largest AEM’s in world’, at 28,500cm2

H2 View understands, the three 28,500cm2 cells in the module can produce hydrogen at 3kg/hour per cell, which Verdagy says represents industry-leasing current density operations that are higher than traditional alkaline electrolysers.

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