The duo today (March 23) inked a cooperation agreement for the effort that will see Enapter’s anion exchange membrane (AEM) Multicore deployed in more large-scale hydrogen production plants.
Capable of producing 450kg of green hydrogen daily, Enapter’s Multicore was this year introduced to the market for the low-cost, flexible and reliable hydrogen production.
Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, founder and CEO of Enapter, said, “We are very pleased to be working with such a renowned and experienced partner in plant engineering for industry and energy infrastructure as VINCI Energies in Germany.
“Together, we will advance the energy transition on an industrial scale. With the AEM Multicore, we have the perfect product to meet specific customer requirements for the production of green hydrogen. We believe their customers will appreciate this flexibility.”
Beyond the above effort, the duo also hopes to deploy the Enapter Multicore within the wider VINCI Group, of which VINCI Energies Deutschland Industry & Infrastructure is a subsidiary.
Frank Westphal, CEO of VINCI Energies Deutschland Industry & Infrastructure GmbH, said, “We see very great potential in the production and use of green hydrogen. Enapter is the ideal partner for us to support our expansion strategy in the hydrogen sector.
“The modular structure and the high flexibility, coupled with the high degree of standardisation, have more than convinced us. This allows us to optimally serve the specific requirement profiles of our customers and the extremely dynamic growth of the market for regenerative hydrogen solutions.”
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