Hydrogen, Resources, Technology

Improving cost-effectiveness of green hydrogen production

Generating hydrogen through electrolysis requires a substantial amount of purified water. Without it, there is a risk of equipment failure and poor performance. 

A 100-megawatt plant typically requires about 20 square metres per hour (m³/h) of deionised water and about 60m³/h of cooling tower make-up water (if cooling towers are used).

Every production site must therefore have a reliable water source and the means to purify it.

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