Hydrogenics Corporation, along with a European consortium consisting of SINTEF, the Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Tecnalia, UniSannio, Varanger Kraft and KES, will deliver a 2.5-megawatt electrolyser-based energy storage system directly connected to a 45-megawatt wind farm in Norway.
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