Enapter’s Multicore electrolysers draw closer

Enapter has revealed today (July 7) it is planning to ramp up movement on its AEM Multicore electrolyser with the hope of reducing clean hydrogen production costs.

The company has said its 1MW system, sporting 420 AEM electrolyser stacks, will soon be deployed for in its first full demonstration unit, in the hope that commercial deliveries of 10 of AEM Multicore 0-series can begin in the second half of 2023.

H2 View understands the Multicore system is made up of electrolyser stacks mounted in strings of 10, which the firm has said it is currently testing. In the Multicore configuration, Enapter claim the units can produce up to 450kg of hydrogen per day at low costs.

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