Enapter Scale’s Up Their Game with Multicore 1 MW-Scale AEM Electrolyser Hydrogen Generator

News Flash

  • The Enapter team has upped their product capacity in the soon to be launched Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) Multicore.
  • Each 1MW system sports 420 AEM Electrolyser stacks, mounted into frames in “strings” of 10.
  • The Enapter’s Multicore testing strings are already running ‘very nicely’ the company reports. 
  • You can find the factsheet HERE.

When in operation in the AEM Multicore, each of these strings can be individually regulated, started up or shut down. This gives you the best interoperability with fluctuating renewable energy, as well as a more robust system for green hydrogen that never sleeps.

“And the only thing more exciting than its capability to save you money (with a lower cost than same-sized PEM Electrolysers) is the fact that we’re about to build the 1st two Multicores, then planning to ship ten more from summer 2023 in this first generation of the MW-scale AEM Electrolyser! We plan to ship many more AEM Multicores from summer 2024 in generation two, which will be produced at scale in our Enapter Campus in Saerbeck,” said Enapter in a statement issued earlier this week.

Enapter is an award-winning company producing highly-efficient hydrogen generators based on Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) electrolysis technology. Its patent-protected modular technology has a 10-year track record and allows for the mass production of low-cost, plug-&-play electrolysers for green hydrogen at any scale. They are used in 34 countries, in sectors like energy, mobility, industry, heating and telecommunications. Enapter has offices in Italy, Germany, Thailand and Russia.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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