Fronius to open new hydrogen competence centre

Austrian photovoltaic manufacturer Fronius is building a new hydrogen competence centre in Steinhaus, Austria.

Sharing news of the new centre yesterday (21st Jan), Fronius said it will feature a Fronius Solhub with a new design, a system solution for local generation and usage of green hydrogen enables vehicles to be refuelled and for seasonal storage.

The Solhub is equipped with a low pressure, medium pressure and high-pressure storage system as well as several additional applications. Moreover, it allows the implementation of different expansion and test scenarios.

Commenting on the development, Christian Kasberger, Project Manager of the Hydrogen Competence Centre, said, “We have highly ambitious aims in the hydrogen sector and we couldn’t bring these to life at the current research and development facility in Thalheim.”

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