Prime Minister of Estonia Kaja Kallas in front of the Estonian Parliament 26th of January 2022:
“Scientists from Tartu University have agreed with a company H2Electro to build an electrolyser based on novel technology. This is a crucial part in the production of green hydrogen that can store wind and solar energy. The same team has built a new fuel cell with AuVeTech that can transform hydrogen into electricity. We need to support these kinds of ecosystems also in other fields of life …”
Translated from Estonian (Source: LINK)