- Jun 17, 2022 5:41 pm GMT
Gigastack will demonstrate that renewable hydrogen is essential to the UK’s 2050 net zero greenhouse gas emission target and the decarbonisation of large industrial clusters.
As well as its increased capacity, the fourth-generation stack also has lower capital costs and a smaller system footprint.
These competitive advantages will enhance its ability to operate under flexible conditions when coupled to renewable energy sources, producing green hydrogen at low cost.
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