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Shell Starts up Europe’s Largest Electrolyser in Germany

Royal Dutch Shell announced on July 2nd that it has begun operations at the 10 megawatt polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) hydrogen electrolyser at the company’s Energy and Chemicals Park in Rheinland, Germany.  Construction took approximately two years to complete and cost nearly 24 million dollars USD to complete.

This PEM is part of Shell’s Refhyne consortium and will use renewable electricity to produce as much as 1,300 tons of green hydrogen annually.  With this successful announcement, Shell plans to expand this already significant electrolyser capacity from 10 megawatts to 100 megawatts at the Rheinland site, with an eye towards the production of sustainable aviation fuel. The Refhyne consortium, which also includes ITM Power, SINTEF, Sphera Energy, and Element Energy, is developing a bio-LNG plant in the future at this location as well. 


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