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PEM electrolyzers employ a Proton Exchange Membrane in conjunction with a solid polymer electrolyte. Water splits into hydrogen and oxygen when the current is delivered to the cell stack, and the hydrogen protons flow through the membrane to generate H2 gas on the cathode side.
Nowadays, proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers are regarded as a potential technique for creating hydrogen fuel from renewable power.
When compared to conventional alkaline electrolysis, this method has several advantages that will allow its eventual integration into the solar power system.
Only noble metal catalysts can currently be employed in PEM electrolyzers; however, molecular catalysts may open up new possibilities as an alternative.
The GLOBAL PEM-BASED CO2 ELECTROLYZER MARKET accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The world’s biggest PEM electrolyzer has been completed, with Air Liquide having finished the building of the world’s largest PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyzer.
This plant, powered by renewable energy, is presently producing up to 8.2 tonnes of low-carbon hydrogen per day in Bécancour, Quebec.
The Group’s large-scale investment demonstrates its long-term commitment to the hydrogen energy markets and its desire to be a key participant in the supply of low-carbon hydrogen.
The new 20 MW PEM electrolyser, built with Cummins technology, is the world’s biggest running unit of its sort and will assist fulfil North America’s rising need for low-carbon hydrogen.
The closeness of Bécancour to the key industrial markets in Canada and the United States will assist secure their supply of low-carbon products.
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