Hystar, the Norwegian electrolyser company, and Polenergia, the Polish energy major. Together, they embark on the ambitious H2HybNS project, centered around the Nowa Sarzyna Cogeneration Plant in Poland. This groundbreaking endeavor encompasses a green hydrogen plant, two refuelling stations, and the associated infrastructure.Central to this venture is Hystar's revolutionary PEM electrolyser, an embodiment of their unwavering commitment to deploying cutting-edge technology on a global scale. Distinguished by its patented design, featuring a membrane that surpasses competitors by an astonishing 90% reduction in thickness, this electrolyser has the potential to produce up to 150% more green hydrogen than conventional counterparts. Remarkably, it accomplishes this while boasting a 10% reduction in costs compared to existing models.A spokesperson for Hystar elaborated on their recent accomplishments, stating, "Following the successful $26m series B funding round in January 2023, which garnered support from prominent investors such as Mitsubishi Corporation and Nippon Steel, we have positioned ourselves for full commercialization. The inauguration of our state-of-the-art Innovation Centre in Høvik, Norway, further bolsters our technological advantages. It houses cutting-edge research and development facilities and laboratories, serving as the epicenter of our efforts to optimize the fully automated electrolyser manufacturing processes."Notably, earlier this year, Johnson Matthey solidified its collaboration with Hystar through a three-year supply agreement for membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs), reinforcing the transformative potential of their partnership.Looking to the horizon, the forthcoming HyPilot field project promises to be an exciting testament to Hystar's ingenuity. In this venture, esteemed entities such as Yara Clean Ammonia and Equinor will join forces with Hystar to explore the production of green ammonia and investigate variable production loads of green hydrogen, emulating the conditions prevalent in offshore wind environments.