el Hydrogen US has received a contract for a containerized Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) electrolyzer to be integrated with hydrogen fueling equipment at a power generating site in the U.S. The contract is worth approximately US$5 million and the equipment will be delivered in late 2022 or early 2023. The project will demonstrate several uses for green hydrogen, including cooling of the turbine generators, direct injection of hydrogen into the natural gas fuel stream at the plant. PEM electrolysis is considered a promising technique for high purity and efficient hydrogen production since it emits only oxygen as a by-product without any carbon emissions. Power for the electrolyzer will be provided by the grid, backup gensets and an on-site solar PV array, making it a near carbon-free source of hydrogen.