In order to increase the sustainability of North Sea renewable energy projects, a group of Dutch businesses has started a government-funded study to investigate the synergies between offshore wind, offshore solar, and at-sea hydrogen generation.
A grant of €11.8 million has been given to hydrogen producer HYGRO and TNO (from DEI+ of RVO) to help launch the chain of sustainable hydrogen generation up to and including sales in road transportation.
You have the chance to learn about TNO activities on hydrogen development across Europe and Africa at the webinar titled “Introduction to TNO activities for the hydrogen transition,” hosted by EnergyNews.biz.
TNO researchers were the first to create a process that uses 200 times less iridium while still producing electrolyzers that perform between 25% and 46% better.
Due to its scarcity, iridium is currently essential for electrolyzers that use the PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) technology, which is widely used.
The project focuses on hydrogen in heavy-duty road transport and is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management’s DKTI transport plan
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