Power-to-Gas Energy Storage SolutionsThüga plant officially commissioned & operationalSecond US Refuelling StationElectrolysis to play a key role in Hydrogen Roadmap for UKITM injects Hydrogen into the German Gas Distribution GridITM Hydrogen Station deployed at Nottingham UniversityShell & National Grid Join Gas Inject Project

Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Solutions

Hydrogen produced by electrolysis for the gas grid

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Thüga plant officially commissioned & operational

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Second US Refuelling Station

ITM receives a Notice of Proposed Award from the CEC for a hydrogen refuelling station in California.

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Electrolysis to play a key role in Hydrogen Roadmap for UK

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ITM injects Hydrogen into the German Gas Distribution Grid

Successful injection of hydrogen into the German gas distribution network.

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ITM Hydrogen Station deployed at Nottingham University

A vision of a clean, green Nottingham

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Shell & National Grid Join Gas Inject Project

Shell Research Limited and National Grid plc have joined the Hydrogen Gas Inject feasibility study

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  • Morrisons
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Clean Fuel

ITM Power is positioning itself for the big win: to be a world leading supplier of infrastructure products for the production of green hydrogen transport fuel

Energy Storage

The key limitation of renewable energy is unpredictable power delivery, but using hydrogen to store this energy could be the solution and offers huge opportunities for Power-to-Gas

Renewable Heat

Decarbonising energy requires a whole systems approach which joins the dots between fuel, power and heat


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Annual Report 2014
Prof Marcus Newborough

Energy storage will be critical in future energy systems and ITM Power is at the centre of this technological approach. There will be many solutions to the energy storage conundrum, which must be solved if we are to harness renewable energy successfully.

Professor Marcus Newborough
Development Director, ITM Power Plc