A reactor developed by scientist Fausto Gallucci at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, should make hydrogen production much cheaper. Early this year he founded the spin-off H2Site for this purpose, in which Engie and Technalia also participate. The reactor is mainly intended for the chemical industry. “Our reactor makes it possible to produce hydrogen faster and more efficiently by combining steps, saving time and money,” says Gallucci.
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