Swedish-based Metacon has revealed it is set to supply an integrated green hydrogen production, storage, fuel cell and refuelling system to the Romanian firm, Ground Investment Corp (GIC), under a €16.1m ($17m) agreement.
Having entered into a master supply agreement (MSA), Metacon will supply an integrated hydrogen system made up of 10MW of electrolysis based hydrogen production, hydrogen compression and storage, and a fuel cell unit, as well as an integrated hydrogen refuelling station.
Despite the system being capable of producing up to 4.3 tonnes of green hydrogen per day, H2 View understands GIC intends on initially producing 1.3 tonne per day, utilising 30MW of wind power. The project start and order is pending an EU grant decision.
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