Enapter has today revealed plans to build its first mass-production facility for AEMs in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, as it moves closer to its goal of making green hydrogen affordable and accessible to all.
The ‘Enapter Campus’ will be built in the climate community of Saerbeck, including both a production centre and extensive R&D facilities that will enable scaled-up manufacturing of the company’s modular systems for green hydrogen production.
The new production site will be capable of producing more than 100,000 highly efficient AEM (anion exchange membrane) electrolyser modules per year.
Clients in 33 countries already use Enapter’s highly efficient AEM electrolysers to replace fossil fuels with green hydrogen.
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