Cavendish Renewable Technology (CRT), a Melbourne-based electrolyzer specialist, has signed a technology development and licensing agreement with Adani New Industries Ltd (ANIL), the manufacturing and green hydrogen platform of the Adani Group.
The agreement includes infrastructure costs for further development of the intellectual property, license fees, and royalties on the successful commercialization of CRT’s state-of-the-art electrolyzer technologies.
By partnering with ANIL, CRT will be able to accelerate its research activities to shorten the commercialization of hydrogen electrolyzers.
ANIL is setting up a state-of-the-art vertically integrated 5 GW electrolyzer manufacturing plant in India. The electrolyzer gigafactory is an important element in the plan of Adani Group to invest $70 billion by 2030 in green technologies and projects.
With CRT as a technology partner, ANIL will develop green hydrogen electrolyzer technologies to meet the increasing demand in India and the Middle East North Africa region. The partnership covers the development of electrolyzers based on alkaline, polymer exchange membrane, and anion exchange membrane technology, and CRT’s innovative ‘C Cell’ technology for mass-scale production.
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