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Germany supports final development AEM-electrolyser of Enapter

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Germany – The German Government has awarded €5.6 Million in funding to Enapter and the Münster University of Applied Sciences (FH Münster) for the final development of an AEM-electrolyser (Anion Exchange Membrane). Enapter is planning to introduce their AEM Multicore to the market in 2022 and has partnered with the FH Münster to this end.

Enapter is an energy technology company producing highly-efficient hydrogen generators to replace fossil fuels. Its patented and proven Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) technology allows for the mass production of low-cost, plug-&-play electrolysers for green hydrogen at any scale. The modular systems are used in 36 countries, in sectors like energy, mobility, industry, heating and telecommunications.

Final development of the new model has started, further tapping into the innovative power of Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) technology. The AEM Multicore leverages AEM’s cost advantage, pairing it with a strategically new approach: Instead of tailor-making electrolysers, Enapter will fit 440 mass-produced core modules into a complete system that produces 450 kilogram of hydrogen per day.

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