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Haldor Topsøe to build electrolyzer plant with half-gigawatt capacity

The new facility will be ready in 2023 and will produce electrolyzers with efficiencies higher than 90 percent. The factory will be scalable, in time able to build electrolyzers of 5 GW per year, though the location is still uncertain.

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Next year, Haldor Topsøe plans to start establishment of a large-scale electrolyzer factory. The plant will have a capacity of 500 MW and be commissioned in 2023, while it will be scalable to a capacity of 5 GW down the line, Topsøe informs Thursday morning CET.

"This new manufacturing facility is a concrete step to take a leading role in the ongoing energy transition towards a low carbon future. We strongly believe that one of the most viable routes to this goal lies in the efficient utilization of renewable electricity to produce green hydrogen, fuels, and chemicals," says Chief Executive Roeland Baan.

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