HH2E secures NAS batteries to use in German hydrogen production project

NGK Insulators has secured a purchase order for its NAS batteries to be used in a large-scale green hydrogen production project.

BASF Stationary Energy Storage (BSES) made the order for the batteries, which each boast a maximum output of 18MW, for the project being led by German hydrogen producer HH2E.

Currently under development in the Baltic Sea north of Germany, the hydrogen production project will use the NAS batteries to power the electrolyser. The modules will be charged with electricity from intermittent renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind power.

H2 View understands the batteries are capable of high-capacity and long-duration discharge, well-suited for shifting peak loads over an extended period.

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