Hydrogen-Processing Technology: HyET and ENPRO Join Forces
Here’s an article posted in ETN.
According to the article,
- HyET Hydrogen of Netherlands and ENPRO Industries of India have signed an MoU to collaborate on hydrogen-processing technologies.
- ENPRO will be the engineering and manufacturing partner for electrochemical hydrogen processing equipment for various capacities and pressure ranges.
- HyET develops and markets electrochemical hydrogen processing technologies covering compression, purification, and gas extraction for small-scale and large-scale applications.
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