Find and compare hydrogen electrolysers from leading manufacturers with technical specifications. An electrolyzer is a device that splits water into hydrogen and oxygen using electrical energy in a process known as electrolysis. At its very core the electrolyser design consists mainly of cells made up of a membrane/separator, frames, sealing and bipolar plates that form the anode and the cathode side of each cell. A number of such cells are connected in series in an electrolyser stack. This increases the hydrogen output proportionally and overall efficiency. The overall energy conversion efficiency of electrolysers varies depending on the type of electrolyser and its operating conditions. Green Hydrogen is generated when electrolyzers generate hydrogen from electricity made from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind or hydroelectric power.

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