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14 Sep

Air Liquide pledges €400m for PEM electrolyser in Normandy

Air Liquide said Thursday it will invest €400 million ($426.67m) to build the world’s largest PEM electrolyser in Normandy, France, targeting industrial and mobility sectors, Kallanish reports. The so-called Normand’Hy electrolyser is part of a cooperation with TotalEnergies to develop a renewable and low-carbon hydrogen sector on the Axe Seine. The electrolyser will have capacity to produce 200 megawatts (MW) of hydrogen, half of which will be s…
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