Hydrogen centre plans unveiled for Germany
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Hydrogen centre plans unveiled for Germany

Plans for a new hydrogen centre, featuring a number of electrolyser systems and a hydrogen station, have been unveiled for Prenzlau, Germany.

Renewable energy company Enertrag has joined forces with Sunfire on the project which will be connected to a renewable power plant in Uckermark.

Under the plans, electrolyser systems deployed at the site will have a total capacity of up to 15MW. Sunfire will deliver a 10MW pressured alkaline electrolyser as part of this.

Once operational, the hydrogen station will be supplied with hydrogen produced on-site. As well as suppling the station, produced hydrogen will be used for a variety of sectors in the region.

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