Fukushima, Japan has completed the world's largest green hydrogen project. Recently, the Fukushima hydrogen energy research field (fh2r) was officially completed and put into operation. It is reported that the project has been completed in the world. A few days ago, Japan's Fukushima hydrogen energy research field (fh2r) was officially completed and put into operation. It is reported that this is the largest green hydrogen project completed in the world. After completion, the project will provide relevant data and valuable experience for large-scale application of renewable energy for hydrogen production
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seline; font-family: PingFangSC-Regular;"> The project is located in Namie Town, Fukushima Prefecture, and is jointly developed by Toshiba, northeast electric power and Japan new energy and industrial technology development group (NEDO). 10MW electrolyzer equipment is installed in the project, which is powered by 20MW photovoltaic array and connected to a circuit of renewable energy power as backup power. Now many enterprises have added requirements for packaging and bedding materials in the order terms. It is reported that the electrolyzer can produce up to 100kg of green hydrogen per hour
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seline; font family: pingfangsc regular;"> It is reported that before this project, the largest green hydrogen project completed in the world was the 6MW photovoltaic hydrogen production project in Austria, which was completed in november2019