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AEM technology firm gets German state funding

Technology developer Enapter says it could lower costs of green hydrogen production

The German government has awarded €5.6mn ($6.6mn) to technology firm Enapter and the Munster University of Applied Sciences to develop anion exchange membrane (AEM) technology. AEM and solid oxide are seen as the two chief electrolyser technologies that can rival the more established polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) and alkaline electrolysis (AE) systems for the production of green hydrogen. “AEM electrolysis technology shows huge promise for enabling low-cost green hydrogen production,” says German federal research minister Anja Karliczek.  “AEM electrolysis technology shows huge promise for enabling low-cost green hydrogen production” Karliczek, German research minister



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