Topsoe to start construction of ‘world’s largest’ SOEC electrolyser plant

Topsoe is to begin construction of what it claims will be the world’s largest solid oxide electrolyser cell (SOEC) manufacturing plant in Herning, Denmark.

The plant will have a manufacturing capacity of 500 MW per year, with an option to expand to 5 GW.

Topsoe CEO, Roeland Baan, said, “The case for using electrolysis to produce green fuels is now well established, but manufacturing capacity has always been the challenge. We are facing this challenge head on.”

He said Topsoe is dedicated to taking the lead on scaling power-to-x technology to help drive the energy transition, and investing over DKK2bn to meet demand and address the fundamental supply weakness.

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