Ohmium, NTPC sign PEM electrolyzers supply deal

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Ohmium International, a US-based green hydrogen company that designs, manufactures, and deploys advanced proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers, announced this week that its India-based arm has been selected as the PEM electrolyzer partner by NTPC Renewable Energy. The contract duration is two years, through to May 2025.

“This green hydrogen opportunity is the largest-ever PEM electrolyzer deal in India and one of the largest globally,” stated Ohmium. 

Ohmium’s patented electrolyzers are expected to be deployed in up to 400 MW of projects across a diverse range of industrial and commercial applications, including ammonia, transportation, and power, among others.

Ohmium electrolysis technology is expected to be coupled with 5 GW of renewable energy capacity to be developed by NTPC for green hydrogen and ammonia production. The company’s interlocking modular electrolyzers provide a dense and dynamic solution that integrates with renewable energy resources and produces green hydrogen at a competitive cost.

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