Norway’s HydrogenPro to Supply Electrolyzers for Hydrogen Project at Port-Jérôme

By January 25, 2019 < 1   min read  (172 words)

January 25, 2019 |

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Paris–On January 21, 2019 H2V Industry signed a contract with Norway’s HydrogenPro for the supply of 25 electrolyzers. The electrolyzers will be integrated by H2V Industry in the future hydrogen production plant at the Port-Jérôme near Le Havre (Seine-Maritime).

The Hydrogen Project at Le Havre was announced 2016 and its role is to provide a green hydrogen producing plant using electrolysis. The contract between the two partners was signed on January 21st in Paris.

The global specialist in electrolysis for hydrogen production was also selected in 2018 by H2V Industry for its Dunkirk project . “Following this second agreement with H2V, we are creating a company in France to strengthen our local presence and increase our production capacity,” says Richard Espeseth, CEO of H2V

HydrogenPro AS was established in 2013. With origins from the electrolysis industry in Telemark, Norway, the management combines many years of experience from the hydrogen and renewable energy industry in the firm.

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