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The participants of this consortium will combine their efforts in promoting Russian electrolysers in domestic and foreign markets, and will supply hi-tech equipment to customers from various sectors of the economy.
“Hydrogen energy sector is one of the priority areas for the Russian industrial development. Today, Rosatom and other major Russian companies are facing the task of developing and commercialising the solutions in this sphere. The number one core element in the hydrogen supply chain is its generation, of course, and I am convinced that our collaboration with Polycom will contribute to brining the state-of-the-art equipment to the market and to improving its competitiveness”, Evgeniy Pakermanov, the President of Rusatom Overseas says, as cited in the communication.
“It is important that Rosatom supports the hydrogen technologies development. Especially given the fact that our hydrogen generators may be used not only in hydrogen energy sector, but in other traditional industries, which are now actively developing. In particular, our plants are in demand by microelectronics, metallurgy, thermal power engineering and other sectors important for the technological sovereignty of our country”, Evgeniy Volkov, Polycom CEO, emphasised.