EODev and Eneria have signed an agreement for the distribution and maintenance of the GEH2® hydrogen power-generators and the REXH2® range extenders developed by EODev.
The agreement follows the industrialisation contract for the GEH2® signed between the two companies back in September, therefore confirming the performance of the system which has been in operation on the industrial site of Eneria in Montlhéry for the past six weeks.
Both EODev and Eneria are now pleased the provisions agreed on the initial contract will now progress, with the possibility for Eneria’s teams to distribute EODev’s GEH2®s in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, and Algeria.
Heric Blain, CEO of Eneria, said, “Would I go so far as to mention a symbiosis between our two companies in view of the trust placed in EODev and the work we have already undertaken together? This is clearly the case and our teams have very quickly agreed on the strategic, commercial, and technical levels.”
“This is the sign of a well-developed partnership, growing stronger every day to industrialise and market these innovative products.”
Jérémie Lagarrigue, CEO of EODev, added, “It only took six weeks with Eneria’s teams to confirm the sustainability and potential of the GEH2. No matter how clear the path seemed to be, you never know what obstacles might stand in the way.”
“But in this case, the road has never been long or winding: the efficiency and complementarity of our expertise, the osmosis of the teams, and their mutual understanding allowed us to stay the course without a hitch, even when the Covid-19 got on board.”