Case study: RWE's power-to-gas system tries CHP to improve efficiency of making hydrogen from renewables

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Large European power company RWE has launched its newest trial of a power-to-gas plant in Germany, which it has sourced from developer ITM Power, a U.K.-based developer of hydrogen electrolyzers (see the November 13, 2012 LRESJ). As part of the installation, ITM used power electro...

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