Verdagy, Permascand team to develop an electrochemical cell to dramatically decrease the cost to produces green hydrogen

Verdagy and Permascand have teamed up to develop a more efficient electrochemical cell to produce green hydrogen.

Under the agreement, the two groups will jointly develop and commercialise a novel large aspect ratio electrolysis cell that is capable of managing heat and stress better than current available water electrolysis system.

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