The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) successfully completed the Acceptance Test of Angstrom’s Solar-to-Hydrogen Micro-grid Project.
Stoughton, MA. — In July 2021, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) successfully completed the acceptance test of the hydrogen-based micro-grid project.
This project was designed and constructed by the Angstrom team. It established a hydrogen-based renewable energy storage system to break through the bottleneck associated with the utilization of unstable renewable energy (such as solar and wind power) and made a big stride forward to the hydrogen-based community.
The ultimate goal of the “Hydrogen Energy Communities” is to take advantage of hydrogen as a clean, zero-emission energy source to achieve sustainable development, as well as carbon neutrality. To date, Angstrom has designed and constructed solar/wind hydrogen-based energy storage micro-grid projects in Massachusetts, USA and Jiangsu, China.
Hydrogen is a very valuable alternative to fossil fuel for distributed energy generation, delivering a high-powered solution with minimal environmental and safety concerns. Green businesses, telecomm providers, governments, and renewable energy advocates can now produce on-demand energy for their assets, at minimal cost and using commercially available equipment.
About Angstrom Renewable:
Angstrom Renewable is a pioneer in Hydrogen Electrolyzer design and manufacture. With over 100 patents for our Hydrogen technology, Angstrom Renewable offers state-of-the-art Hydrogen Electrolyzers – from the largest containerized single stack Electrolyzer to a multi-GW Hydrogen Electrolyzer combination. Over the past two decades, the Angstrom Renewable R & D team has developed many break-through technologies. Besides the patented Hydrogen Electrolyzer, Angstrom Renewable also offers a variety of Hydrogen Refueling Stations from containerized refueling stations, to 3-in-1 cabinet refueling stations, to traditional ground refueling stations.