Lhyfe now producing 300kg of hydrogen daily from wind power; one-tonne scale up plans announced

In what the company says is a world first, Lhyfe is now producing renewable green hydrogen from an electrolyser powered directly by wind turbines in industrial qualities, with capacity already at 300kg a day and plans to soon ramp up to one-tonne a day in place.

Sharing its achievement today (Oct 1), Lhyfe said hydrogen produce at its site located few metres from the ocean in Port-du-Bec in Vendée, France, will supply four hydrogen refuelling stations that are set to be operational in the next few days.

Beyond this, Lhyfe said it will soon reveal the names of other operators that it will be supplying, in sectors such haulage, logistics and industry which are looking to decarbonise operations with hydrogen.

On the start-up, Matthieu Guesné, CEO and founder of Lhyfe, said, “A year after laying the foundation stone, we are extremely proud to be launching this site, which is symbolic of course for us, but also for what it represents for energy transition.

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