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Hydrogenics to deliver world’s largest hydrogen electrolysis plant in Canada

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Hydrogenics Corporation announced that it has received an award by Air Liquide Canada to design, build and install a 20 megawatt electrolyzer system for a hydrogen production facility located in Canada.

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The facility is expected to be in commercial operation by the end of 2020, with an output of just under 3,000 tons of hydrogen annually.

The 20MW plant will use Hydrogenics’ advanced large-scale PEM electrolysis technology, offering the smallest footprint and highest power density in the industry.

With best-in-class efficiency and cost-effectiveness, Hydrogenics has established itself as the market leader for multi-megawatt PEM electrolyzers to global customers, including Air Liquide.

Both companies continue to see growing interest and opportunities for the deployment of large-scale electrolysis across the globe.


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