Green Hydrogen Systems received its first order for a hydrogen production project in the UK. The order includes the supply of two GHS HyProvide™ A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of ~1 MW for production of green hydrogen from renewable electricity.
Produced by Green Hydrogen Systems and operated by the customer, the electrolysers will be deployed in a 40 ft container as a complete green hydrogen ”factory”. When fully operational at the beginning of 2022, Green Hydrogen Systems’ electrolysers will provide 389 kg green hydrogen per day. The hydrogen will then be transported in tube trailers and delivered to various locations throughout the UK, where a local hydrogen-powered generator will convert the hydrogen back to electricity to power charging stations and off the grid construction sites. Green Hydrogen Systems will also support the project with on-site maintenance and remote monitoring and support as part of a three-year service agreement. While the order has been placed and will be delivered at the end of 2021, the customer’s name and project will be disclosed at a later stage in a separate announcement.
“The UK’s high renewable energy capacity coupled with strong climate targets are quickly paving the way for it to become one of the leaders in the green hydrogen sector. We at Green Hydrogen Systems are thrilled that our customer has chosen our efficient electrolysis technology for this project to contribute to the UK’s independence from fossil fuels and its ongoing energy transition,” says Green Hydrogen Systems CCO Søren Rydbirk.
About Green Hydrogen Systems
Green Hydrogen Systems is a leading provider of standardised and modular electrolysers for the production of green hydrogen solely based on renewable energy. Founded in 2007 and building on more than 10 years of technology development, we today have a commercially proven and cost-competitive electrolysis technology endorsed by leading wind energy companies. Green Hydrogen Systems combines ultra-efficient, standardised and modular electrolysis technology with an on-site production approach to bring cost-competitive green hydrogen to producers of hydrogen fueling stations, those requiring hydrogen in power-to-X installations, industrial facilities and more. Our technology is already in use in several places in Europe, with the rapidly emerging OEM segment as a particular focus of future growth.
Learn more on www.greenhydrogen.dk
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