Honeywell has developed a new catalyst-coated membrane (CCM) technology for the production of green hydrogen, which will get further testing with electrolyser manufacturers. The CCM for proton exchange membrane electrolysers and anion exchange membrane electrolysers is the main focus of the new Honey well technology. Reportedly, Honey well’s new CCMs have been shown in lab testing to enable higher electrolyser efficiency and higher electric current density, enabled by a breakthrough proprietary high ionic conductivity membrane and high activity catalyst. As a result, the cost of the electrolyser stack is expected to drop by 25 per cent.
The Indian Railways has issued a request for proposals for establishment of a 1 MW rooftop solar plant at a facility in the Central Railway’s Nagpur Division. The project will be carried out in the […]
DCM Shriram has agreed to source 50 MW of renewable energy from ReNew Power for its manufacturing facility situated in Bharuch, Gujarat. The companies have signed captive power agreements (CPAs) to supply 50 MW of […]
Duke Energy, a utility located in North Carolina, has agreed to provide Canadian renewable asset operator Brookfield Renewable $2.8 billion to offload its unregulated utility-scale commercial renewables business. The amount includes debt assumptions and non-controlling […]