Having been shipped from its factory in Tianjin, China, the 80-tonne electrolyser is expected to produce up to 100kg of pure hydrogen every hour, which HydrogenPro believes will set a new standard for the industry.

Set to assembled and installed over the coming weeks, the company will begin test runs. Expected to have an output of 1100 Nm3 per hour, the tests are aimed to verify that the electrolyser produces the expected amount of gas per unit of times.

H2 View understands during the tests, HydrogenPro will use fluctuating electricity input from renewable energy sources, as well as other parameters.

Karoline Aafos, CPO at HydrogenPro, said, “This project is a crucial milestone for large, green hydrogen projects. It requires substantial planning, rigging, and the right equipment. This project is important to facilitate large green hydrogen projects, reducing carbon footprints and costs.”

Erik Christian Bolstad, Chief Commercial Officer at HydrogenPro, added, “It was with great excitement and joy that I witnessed the reception and placement of the large electrolyser at our test plant at Herøya. This marks a significant milestone for HydrogenPro and the further verification of our technology for large-scale green hydrogen production.

“The plant results will help optimise our delivery to one of the world’s largest factories for green hydrogen.”


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