One of the world’s largest “green hydrogen” plant to be established in Norway
One of the world’s largest “green hydrogen” plant to be established in Norway
author Added by FuelCellsWorks, February 20, 2018

One of the world's largest for "green hydrogen" plants to be established in Norway.

The hydrogen electrolysis plant is to be located in Lille Jelsa in the Norwegian Suldal region and plans are that it will have a capacity of 10 MW.

If everything goes according to plan, the plant will be one of the world's largest hydrogenelectrolysis plants powered by renewable energy.

The major shareholder with 52% will be German company  AIH, Alternative Investment Holding GmbH will be joining ITM Power, Areva H2 Gen and Hyentec are joining forces to construct a 10 MW hydrogen plant.

Also, Norsk H2 will be handling the entire operations of the 6,000 sq. meter plant.

The plans are that the entire plant will be operation by 2020 and the resulting hydrogen will be used to fuel, buses, lorries, boats, trains and anything else that requires hydrogen to produce electricity through fuel cells.