Subject to the agreement, the two companies will work together in order to design and manufacture green hydrogen generation equipment and integrate both containerised and electrolysis plant solutions into the industry.

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With the collaboration includes the development of pilot projects of green hydrogen as a primary fuel source for the steel industry whilst also constructing electrolysis plants on the industrial sites.

Jean-Baptiste Choimet, Managing Director of Elogen, said, “With this collaboration agreement, Elogen takes its technological solutions a step further towards their integration in energy-intensive industries.

“Sarralle will provide Elogen solutions with access to major global players in the steel industry. We look forward to incorporating our technology into future projects to help decarbonise this industry.”

Roberto Arroniz, Managing Director of Sarralle E&E, said, “Sarralle with international experience in the Steel, Energy & Environment sectors, we consider Elogen to be the ideal strategic partner to extend our hydrogen technology solutions, and provide the steel industry with a complete solution for green hydrogen, to achieve their decarbonisation goals.

“These solutions encompass from hydrogen generation and its integration in the steel plants, to hydrogen combustion equipment.”