NTPC Partners With Ohmium For PEM Electrolyzers To Boost Green Hydrogen Production

NTPC Renewable Energy Limited (NREL), the green arm of NTPC, has now chosen leading Green Hydrogen company Ohmium as its Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer partner. The agreement will likely boost the Green Hydrogen production plan of the NTPC, India’s largest government-owned power producer.   Ohmium said the agreement is valid for two years until May […]

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Plug Power to Design 100 MW Electrolyzer Technology for Uniper

Germany’s power producer, Uniper has selected Plug Power, a provider of hydrogen solutions for the global green hydrogen economy, to design electrolyzer technology for its Maasvlakte site at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. As per the deal, Uniper  will commission 100 MW of Plug electrolysis capacity to produce green hydrogen by 2026. Towards […]

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Rolls-Royce Sets Foot Into Hydrogen Electrolyser Business

Rolls Royce has announced its entry into hydrogen production as it is acquiring a 54 per cent stake in Hoeller Electrolyzeris, an electrolysis stack specialist. Rolls Royce will boasts of innovative technology to form the basis of a new range of mtu electrolyzer products from its power systems division. Hoeller Electrolyzer in Wismar, Germany, is […]

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GAIL Contract To Build India’s largest PEM based Green Hydrogen Project

GAIL Limited has awarded a contract to set up one of the largest Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyser to produce 4.3 MT Hydrogen a day in India. In tandem with the National Hydrogen Mission, the renewable energy-powered project would be installed in Guna, Madhya Pradesh. So designed as to produce around 4.3 Metric Tons of […]

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NTPC invites bids from potential partners For Future Green Hydrogen Tenders

NTPC Renewable Energy has recently invited online bids from electrolyser technology providers to help the employer bag the upcoming tenders on green hydrogen. The tender reads further, “This tender intends to select electrolyser technology provider(s) for a period of two years for polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) technology of 400 megawatts (MW) and non-PEM technology of […]

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