SunHydrogen and SCHMID Group of Germany have joined forces to develop a new process platform to enable mass manufacturing of SunHydrogen’s Gen 2 NanoParticle hydrogen panels.
The two companies today (17th Feb) signed an agreement for the project that is comprised of three key stages of design, evaluation, process evaluation and engineering.
Following execution of the agreement with SunHydrogen, SCHMID Group will provide a concept for customised manufacturing equipment to manufacture in large-scale.
Commenting on the partnership, Christian Schmid, CEO of the SCHMID Group, said, “We are very excited for this milestone partnership towards achieving a green future, and more specifically to work with SunHydrogen’s Gen 2 NanoParticle hydrogen generator, a technology capable of opening the door to commodity hydrogen production at the lowest possible costs.”
“Relying upon our experience in PV and compound system manufacturing coupled with our ability to achieve industrial scale, we seek to demonstrate the efficacy of this innovative product very quickly and look forward to seeing the renewable hydrogen sector continue to thrive.”
Tim Young, CEO of SunHydrogen, added, “We are excited to work with a company of SCHMID Group’s caliber and reputation, and believe that Schmid’s strength and innovations in electronics, photovoltaics, and energy systems will further demonstrate the progress and promise of our technology, especially the Gen 2 program.”
“One of the key aspects of this partnership is the collaboration between the two companies, including our team at the University of Iowa which has been so crucial in helping us get to this point. We are also appreciative of the strength of our investor base, which has enabled us to more rapidly pursue partnerships with international leaders like SCHMID Group.”