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Neste moves ahead with Rotterdam electrolyser

Multiplhy project has received funding from the EU and aims to decarbonise refinery processes at site in Rotterdam

Refining firm Neste has announced it will begin construction on a project to install a green hydrogen electrolyser at its renewable products refinery in Rotterdam. The Multiplhy project is a collaboration between Neste, utility Engie, engineering company Paul Wurth, French public research organisation CEA and electrolyser manufacturer Sunfire.  The project has received funding from EU public-private partnership the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. It will install a 2.4MW solid oxide high-temperature electrolyser that will produce around 500t/yr of green hydrogen to be used in the refinery’s processes. The electrolyser will be provided by Sunfire. Alongside anion exchange membran



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