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Hydrogen Optimized targets large-scale electrolyser market

Canadian company working with ABB to develop market for its unipolar electrolysis technology

The Stuart family of Ontario, Canada may have had to wait four generations, but with the latest iteration of the family business—Hydrogen Optimized—it is well placed to take advantage of the upcoming global green hydrogen boom. The company has developed the patent-pending RuggedCell high-current water electrolysis system. The system is ideal for the world’s largest chemical, industrial, and heavy-duty transportation applications— the largest potential market sectors—as its unique technology is highly scalable and cost-effective, unlike low-current bipolar alkaline and proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysers in the marketplace today. “We’ve had an enormous pickup in enquiries for large



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