Stargate Hydrogen and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have agreed to collaborate on the development of a new generation electrolyzer.
Green hydrogen can now be produced more efficiently and cheaply than before thanks to the new device. Three TalTech researchers have already begun the first phase of the project, which is the synthesis of nanoceramic materials, at the TalTech Institute of Materials and Environmental Technology. The electrolyzer’s core is made up of the synthesized materials.
The company’s electrolyzers do not require precious metals to produce hydrogen and are extremely efficient, producing green hydrogen at a lower cost than it is today. While the first phase of the project focuses on the development of materials and equipment, the second phase will focus on the development of automation and machine learning solutions for electrolysis equipment manufacturing. Contribution to the development of hydrogen legislation in Estonia is also planned.