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Hydro and Everfuel agree to develop electrolysers

Green hydrogen to supply Hydro’s aluminium plants and transport sector

Norwegian metals and energy company Hydro has signed a memorandum of understanding with Danish renewables firm Everfuel to develop electrolysers to supply green hydrogen to Hydro’s aluminium plants and to the transport sector. Initially, the companies have agreed to focus on three sites in Norway and in mainland Europe, to be announced in the second half of 2021. The electrolysers will be sited next to hydro-owned aluminium plants and will be fully owned by Hydro or majority-owned by Everfuel, depending on the supply destination of the hydrogen. "Hydrogen use will enable more sustainable operations in Hydro, and through the partnership with Everfuel we will also be able to supply

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