AMPO, GRZ Technologies partner to supply hydrogen storage solutions

AMPO has partnered with GRZ Technologies to provide green hydrogen storage solutions to be used in Spain and Portugal.

AMPO’s technology allows for storing, compression and processing of renewable hydrogen, and energy storage and generation at decentralised locations in the grid.

These solutions will take green hydrogen from an electrolyser as an input to enable several applications, allowing for reliable, safe, efficient, and compact processing of gas.

The products include: hydrogen-based electrical energy storage in MWh size; long-duration metal hydride hydrogen storage solutions from kg to tonnes; large thermal dynamic hydrogen compressors; and modular methanation solutions for e-methane through carbon capture and hydrogen.

The partnership between the two companies will allow AMPO to have a “strong presence” in Iberia and therefore accelerate the Spanish and Portuguese energy transition, according to Henrik Steen Pedersen, CCO of GRZ Technologies.

Pederson added, “Most end-users of hydrogen applications are looking for complete turn-key solutions, and this is exactly what AMPO can deliver.”

Alex Eizmendia, Strategy Director at AMPO, chose GRZ’s technology due to its ability to “scale, integration possibilities with other technologies, safety and easy operation.”

The partnership is also expected to strengthen the company’s INTEGRATED SMART SOLUTIONS (ISS) development services.

Spain targets 11GW of electrolysis by 2030 in draft revision of energy and climate plan

Spain has proposed plans to almost triple its green hydrogen production targets to 11GW by 2030.

The Spanish Government has today (June 28) revealed ambitions of installing 11GW of electrolysers for green hydrogen production by 2030 in a draft of its updated Energy and Climate Plan.

Under the revision of the National Integrated Energy and Climate Plan 2021-2030 (PNIEC), the government intends to achieve carbon neutrality before 2050, raising its ambition to curb emissions by 23% to 32% by 2030.

As part of the proposed plan, the government will set the target of reaching 11GW of installed electrolysers to produce green hydrogen, up from 4GW.

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