Green Hydrogen Using Catalyst Coated Technology and Electrolyzers : JM and Hystar Team Up
Here’s an article posted in PR News Wire that talks about the partnership of Johnson Matthey and Hystar in hydrogen.
According to the article,
- Johnson Matthey (JM) and Hystar have announced a strategic partnership to advance the development of the hydrogen economy.
- The partnership focuses on improving the performance of Hystar’s electrolysers and designing circularity principles.
- JM’s catalyst coated technology will be used for stack development and manufacturing scale-up.
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