EODev and Eneria have just signed an agreement for the distribution and maintenance of the GEH2® hydrogen power-generators and the REXH2® range extenders developed by EODev.
After the industrialization contract for the GEH2® signed early September, this new agreement confirms the excellence of EODev’s project and the performance of the GEH2® which has been in operation on the industrial site of Eneria in Montlhéry for the past six weeks.
After the signature of an industrial partnership agreement, after the presentation of EODev’s GEH2®, the first hydrogen power-generator on the industrial site of Eneria in Montlhéry mid-September, and after the announcement of the Monnoyeur Group becoming an official shareholder of EODev, the two companies are now pleased to confirm the provisions agreed on in the initial contract, i.e. the possibility for Eneria’s teams to distribute EODev’s GEH2®s in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, and Algeria. Furthermore, Eneria will also be able to distribute EODev’s range extender REXH2®.
In addition to the fact that the GEH2®s and REXH2®s will now be jointly marketed by EODev and Eneria, and thus available in Eneria’s product catalog in the countries where the company is present, this agreement also includes exclusive maintenance of the GEH2®s and REXH2®s
This new milestone in the ecosystem put in place by EODev shows once again the confidence of its shareholders, including the Monnoyeur Group, in the potential of the GEH2s and REXH2s, both economically and technologically. The GEH2 in operation in Montlhéry has moreover more than met the performance and reliability requirements that were the primary conditions for the continuation
of the project.
An inexhaustible range of possibilities
As the certification phase has just begun and as the production of “pre-series” generators is about to start, the excitement generated by the initial launch demonstrates that the GEH2 is not the precursor of tomorrow’s emission-free and silent generators, but rather an alternative solution, already available ensuring carbon-free energy autonomy and meeting both environmental challenges and the needs of many business sectors. This fact is also true for the REXH2, which onboard The New Era, a hydrogen tender prototype developed jointly by the Hynova Yachts shipyard and EODev, is currently in its final preparation phase in order to get certified.
For Heric Blain, CEO of Eneria: “Would I go so far as to mention a symbiosis between our two companies in view of the trust placed in EODev and the work we have already undertaken together? This is clearly the case and our teams have very quickly agreed on the strategic, commercial, and technical levels. This is the sign of a well-developed partnership, growing stronger every day to
industrialize and market these innovative products.”
For Jérémie Lagarrigue, CEO of EODev: ” It only took six weeks with Eneria’s teams to confirm the sustainability and potential of the GEH2. No matter how clear the path seemed to be, you never know what obstacles might stand in the way. But in this case, the road has never been long or winding: the efficiency and complementarity of our expertise, the osmosis of the teams, and their mutual understanding allowed us to stay the course without a hitch, even when the Covid-19 got on board.”
Solutions adapted to all uses
With their Plug & Play solution, the GEH2 and REXH2 are easy to use and were designed to meet environmental challenges while remaining highly efficient.
The GEH2 is suitable for all sites seeking or requiring energy autonomy, either as a backup solution, especially for sensitive sites such as hospitals, airports, or data centers – or as a primary energy source on isolated or confined sites like living quarters, islands, refuges, relay antennas, tunnels, or mines. It can also be used to provide additional power on construction sites or during temporary
events (concerts, sporting events, trade shows, etc.).
As for the REXH2, it is suitable for any shipowner wishing to consider hybridization to reduce their carbon footprint, and can be combined with the use of renewable energy sources such as solar or wind power – on sailing boats – as an energy storage solution to compensate their intermittency, or as a complement to the use of batteries, or even diesel-electric systems. Finally, it can also be used
to propel boats sailing in protected and regulated zero-emission zones.
The management of the GEH2 and REXH2 systems is ensured by an automated Power Management System specifically developed by EODev, calculating the remaining hydrogen autonomy according to the user profile.