INNIO orders two electrolysers from H-TEC Systems to power Austrian plants

INNIO has ordered two electrolysers from H-TEC SYSTEMS which will convert green electricity into green hydrogen for fuelling its Jenbach plants in Austria.

The power-to-hydrogen-to-power project marks an important step regarding the implementation of INNIO’s sustainable hydrogen product strategy whose framework has ensured that all new plants are considered “Ready for H2”.

From 2025 onwards, the entire product line of Jenbacher engines is expected to be rolled out for operation powered with 100% hydrogen. At the same time, the supply of green hydrogen at the Jenbach plant is a milestone on the way to achieving Net Zero on site.

The 2MW containerised facility will be installed on the premises of the Achensee power plant which is owned by TIWAG – Tiroler Wasserkraft AG. The company´s subsidiary, TINEXT, will set up the necessary compressor and storage terminals. The green hydrogen produced on site, a central component of the energy transition, will be transported in a pipeline from the TINEXT compressor and storage terminal to INNIO’s main production plant in Jenbach.

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