Lhyfe, Eurowind Energy and Green Hydrogen Systems have today (May 20) signed a new master supply agreement that will see the supply of up to 24MW of electrolysis equipment today.
The plant, with an electrolysis capacity of up to 24MW, will see large-scale green hydrogen production and storage from solar and wind produced at GreenLab Skive that will be partly processed into green methanol for use in the transport sector.
The first phase of the electrolyser plant is approximately 12MW and is expected to be installed at the end of 2022.
Green Hydrogen Systems will be responsible for operating the plant for the first 24 months, after this the operation will then be taken over by Eurowind and Lhyfe.
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