30 Mar 2024

Shell to Partner With Electrolyser Maker Verdagy on Green H2

30 Mar 2024  by renewablesnow   

Electrolysers maker Verdagy’s pilot plant. Photo credit: Verdagy.
Oil and gas giant Shell plc (LON:SHEL) has technically approved the electrolysers of Verdagy Inc which qualifies the US water electrolysis technology developer as a supplier in Shell's green hydrogen projects.

Verdagy announced on Thursday that Shell has provided technical endorsement of its 20-MW eDynamic advanced alkaline water electrolysis (AWE) systems after thorough technical feasibility and technology development reviews.

Verdagy claims that its electrolysers provide the lowest levelised cost of hydrogen (LCOH) and has committed to achieving the US Department of Energy's (DoE) goal of USD 2 per kilogram of LCOH by 2026

Earlier this month, the Moss Landing, California-based firm said it has been awarded a USD-39.6-million (EUR 36.6m) grant by the DoE to speed up the high-volume manufacturing of its eDynamic systems in the company's Silicon Valley factory.


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