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Verdagy to supply electrolysis system for Doral’s 1GW+ global green hydrogen pipeline

Advanced electrolyzer technology developer, Verdagy on Tuesday (April 9) announced that it has entered a strategic agreement with Doral Energy to deploy Verdagy's green hydrogen electrolysis systems at Doral's facilities.

Verdagy will collaborate with the global utility-scale renewable energy developer in developing its green hydrogen pipeline of over 1 gigawatts through 2030. The strategic agreement focuses on Doral Energy's green hydrogen projects currently being developed in Europe, the United States, Australia, and the Middle East.

"Doral has a proven track record of developing infrastructure-scale renewable energy projects for over 15 years and Verdagy is excited to work together with Doral to drive the transition to green hydrogen," said Marty Neese, CEO of Verdagy.

Doral Energy currently has a 16 GW pipeline of projects under development and 14MWh of battery storage in the US and Europe.

"Verdagy has developed green hydrogen electrolyzers that seamlessly pair in real-time with renewable energy sources, have the highest efficiencies, and are cost-effective. With Verdagy's electrolyzers already operating for several years, we are excited to now use these in our infrastructure scale, green hydrogen projects," said Doral Hydrogen Managing Director Yam Efrati-Bekerman.


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Author : Shraddha Kakade
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