Electrolysers

PROJECT IN THE UK

Project in the UK. Two HyProvide electrolysers. For the production of green hydrogen for powering charging stations and off the grid construction sites.

Key Facts

2 x A-Series A90

Product

389

Production (kg/day)

35

Outlet pressure (bar)

UK

Project location
Project in UK

First project in UK

The order includes the supply of two GHS HyProvide™ A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of ~1 MW for production of green hydrogen from renewable electricity. When fully operational at the beginning of 2022, Green Hydrogen Systems’ electrolysers will provide 389 kg green hydrogen per day.

The hydrogen will then be transported in tube trailers and delivered to various locations throughout the UK, where a local hydrogen-powered generator will convert the hydrogen back to electricity to power charging stations and off the grid construction sites.

Electrolysis equipment for every scale

a-series

HyProvide A-Series

Available in standardised, modular configurations for maximum efficiency, versatility and scalability, this next-generation technology makes the A-Series one of the most efficient alkaline electrolysers on the market. The unit is designed from the ground up to accommodate the input fluctuations that come with renewable energy sources. Its versatile design allows for application across many different market segments for green hydrogen production.

x-series

HyProvide X-series

The X-Series is based on the existing well-proven technology, optimised for use in the growing market for large-scale applications in, for example, industry, energy and heavy-duty transport sectors. Its unique multi-stack concept allows the electrolyser to reach higher voltages crucial to utilise mass-produced, low-cost and high-efficiency power electronics from wind and solar markets operating in the 1000-1500V range.

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Søren Rydbirk

CCO, Green Hydrogen Systems