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ITM sees growing order book

New factory will meet rising demand for electrolyser capacity

UK electrolyser manufacturer ITM Power expects the 1GW/yr production capacity at its Bessemer Park facility to be utilised earlier than originally envisioned as demand for green hydrogen accelerates. The facility was completed in January and opened by business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng in August as he launched the UK government’s hydrogen strategy. Combined national electrolyser targets had increased by the end of the last decade, rising from a targeted 40GW to 144GW by 2035. The scale of this demand underpinned the group’s decision to invest in a step change in capacity at Bessemer Park.  “In the event, the new 1GW per annum capacity is likely to be fully utilised earlier than originally

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