Europe’s energy valley?
Siemens engineers have developed an electrolyzer based on proton exchange membranes. It reacts within milliseconds to the available electrical current — and is thus ideally equipped to handle power generation fluctuations. In Mainz/Germany Siemens and its partners have laid the foundation for the world’s biggest electrolysis system, which is supposed to produce hydrogen from surplus wind energy in Spring 2015.
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