Enapter AG has delivered 96 AEM Electrolysers to the Wilo Group as part of a cooperation with the company to generate green hydrogen for the energy supply of its Wilopark head office in Dortmund.
The Wilo Group is one of the world’s leading premium providers of pumps and pump systems for the building services, water management and industrial sectors.
With this system, Wilo Group lays the foundation for a self-sufficient, decentralised and regenerative energy supply in its new administration and production site
The H2 powerplant will be powered by its own photovoltaic system, and the modular system based on Enapter’s AEM Electrolysers is planned to produce up to 10 tonnes of green hydrogen annually. In the first step, the H2 power plant will provide emergency power and mains backup supply as a pilot system. The system should enable a self-sufficient energy supply in a later expansion stage.
Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Enapter, said, “The cooperation with Wilo will show how green hydrogen can make a significant contribution to decarbonisation in practice – decentrally and with potential to freely scale. We are pleased to realise this flagship project together with Wilo, particularly since their leading pump technology will make them a very important partner in the developing hydrogen industry.”