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© Enapter

Enapter receives order for two 1MW AEM electrolysers from Canadian firm

German-based electrolyser manufacturer, Enapter, has today (November 24) revealed it has received an order for two 1MW electrolysers from the Canadian company, RE-FUEL Renewable Fuels.

Working with power systems integrator, Aspin Kemp & Associates, RE-FUEL is set to use the two AEM Multicore electrolysers to produce green hydrogen utilising renewable energy sources in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

With the order said to be valued in the “lower single-digit” million-euro range, the electrolysers are expected to be delivered in the second half of 2024.

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