Nel ASA has received a purchase order for a 2MW, fully containerised Polymer electrolyte membrane electrolyser from H2 Energy.
The new PEM electrolyser is the second system to be delivered as part of the green hydrogen infrastructure network that is currently supplying hydrogen to the first 46 Hyundai trucks already operating in Switzerland and aiming for a fleet of 1,600 by 2025.
The MC400 electrolyser system will be filling 350 barge trailers directly at site to dispatch the hydrogen to the Hydrospider network in Switzerland.
H2 Energy is working with various partners to establish a nationwide network of hydrogen stations and corresponding supply chain in Switzerland as well as abroad.
This is part of the company’s focus on producing only from renewable energy-based hydrogen to contribute to the decarbonisation of various sectors.
Raymond Schmid, vice president of Sales and Marketing EMEA at Nel Hydrogen, said, “This is a new milestone achieved in the development of a commercial green hydrogen infrastructure, clearly showing that hydrogen for heavy duty vehicles is a reality today.
“We are proud that our compact PEM containerised solution has been selected for this second site to supply the refuelling stations network.”
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