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Sunfire pushes ahead with alkaline electrolysis division

Firm will continue to manufacture solid oxide electrolysers but aims to meet growing demand with more established technology

Electrolyser manufacturer Sunfire will build a large-scale alkaline electrolyser production site with a capacity of 500MW/yr in Germany by 2023 as it looks to expand production in its new division. Sunfire—traditionally a manufacturer of solid oxide electrolysers—added alkaline electrolyser manufacture to its product portfolio in January this year by acquiring Swiss manufacturer Industrie Haute Technologie. The firm says it is experiencing so much demand for electrolysers that it decided to initiate a division specialising in the more established technology. 1GW/yr – Target post-2023 production of facility “Ambitious regulatory initiatives to cut CO₂ emissions in all sectors

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