Clean power tech firm reaches key milestone on road to commercialisation

Jon Duffy

Clean Power Hydrogen (CPH2), the a green hydrogen technology and manufacturing company which has developed the a Membrane-Free Electrolyser (MFE), has been awarded CE marking.

The award is for the process of making the firm’s electrolyser stacks. The stacks, used in both the company’s MFE110 and MFE220 products, are a key component of the electrolysers, which will be made at the business’s facility in Doncaster as well as sold to license partners.

The CE marking illustrates that the company manufactures the stacks within EU directives and harmonised standards and is an important milestone towards commercial readiness.

 Jon Duffy, CEO, said: “We are pleased to have received the CE marking for the process of making our stacks, as they are a fundamental element of our market-leading technology.

“We are committed to developing a safe, sustainable product and our priority continues to be reaching commercialisation and delivery of our MFE technology.”

CPH2 aims to become a “globally recognised and highly-profitable designer, manufacturer and licensor” of its IP-protected Membrane-Free Electrolyser devices.

The company intends to help establish hydrogen as a viable source of power in the future.

It says that when coupled with renewable electricity as a power source, its electrolyser design is capable of producing cheap, green hydrogen and medical grade oxygen.