World’s Largest Electrolyser Undergoes Testing at HydrogenPro

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  • The world’s largest electrolyser has arrived at HydrogenPro’s test facility at Herøya, Norway.

“This project is a critical milestone for large, green hydrogen projects. It requires substantial planning, rigging and the right equipment. This project is important to facilitate larger, green hydrogen projects, reducing carbon footprints and costs,” CPO Karoline Aafos says.

Chief Commercial Officer Erik Christian Bolstad is very excited about HydrogenPro’s future, “It was with great excitement and joy that I witnessed the reception and placement of the large electrolyser at our test plant at Herøya today. This marks a significant milestone for HydrogenPro and the further verification of our technology for large-scale green hydrogen production. The plant results will help optimise our delivery to one of the world’s largest factories for green hydrogen, he says.

The electrolyser will be assembled and installed in the upcoming weeks, with the validation process initiated when possible.

HydrogenPro designs and supplies large scale hydrogen production plants in cooperation with global partners and suppliers, all ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 certified.

Their core product is the alkaline high-pressure electrolyser. Recently they acquired a new plating technology through the acquisition of Advanced Surface Plating ApS in Denmark. With thie new electrode technology, they  are able to increase the efficiency of each unit by 14% to reach 93% of the theoretical maximum.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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