Green Hydrogen Systems quintuples capacity

Capital raised during its IPO are now being put to use by electrolysis company Green Hydrogen Systems as the firm launches the second stage of expanding its facilities, targeting an annual capacity of 400MW by 2023.

Green Hydrogen Systems' current facilities. | Photo: PR / Green Hydrogen Systems

Electrolysis company Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) launches the next phase in expanding its facilities to produce 400MW, the company writes in a statement.

The company expects the phase to end before 2023, when annual electrolysis capacity is set to increase from 75MW to 400MW. The end goal is an annual capacity of 1,000MW.

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