Using a 2.5MW electrolyser plant, the hydrogen is produced using renewable electricity that has been generated using waste materials.

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This helps solve two primary environmental issues by reducing the waste on landfill sites whilst additionally producing green hydrogen that can be used for zero-emission power across several sectors.

The 2.5MW module will be manufactured in China and then shipped to the region in order to first start producing hydrogen.

A key characteristic of the hydrogen production module is that, with hydrogen demand set to increase, the system can be expanded in increments of 2.5MW helping it to cater for the rising market.


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