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Electrolyser makers jostle for position in Europe

Manufacturers target large-scale production as hydrogen industry supply chains emerges

Competition among manufacturers of electrolysers is increasing in Europe as a growing pipeline of green hydrogen projects begins to create demand for a regional supply chain. The focus is on ramping up to large-scale production and refining electrolyser technologies to reduce hydrogen production costs. US power systems group Cummins and French hydrogen technology specialist McPhy have recently identified preferred sites for the construction of electrolyser manufacturing facilities on the continent, while Norway’s Nel is set to start testing a fully automated large-scale facility at Heroya, Norway. Also in Norway, state-owned Equinor is moving ahead with developing an ammonia production plan

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