Green Hydrogen Systems shares grant in GreenHyScale project
Green Hydrogen Systems signs a grant agreement with CINEA to develop a HyProvide X-Series electrolyser for a 100 MW Power-to-X platform.
Green Hydrogen Systems will receive a € 9 million grant from the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) to develop a HyProvide X-Series electrolyser as part of a future 100 MW Power-to-X platform.
The project will ultimately demonstrate a 100 MW of green electrolysis based on a multi-MW-range pressurised alkaline electrolyser platform delivered by Green Hydrogen Systems and installed at GreenLab Skive. The X-Series is based on the company existing technology, optimised and scaled for use in the future, global projects of large scale.
Initially, Green Hydrogen Systems will provide a 6 MW X-Series electrolyser module for demonstration by the end of 2022. Subject to conditions, the 6 MW module will then be expanded to a 100 MW electrolysis plant in 2024.
Throughout the GreenHyScale project, a 7.5 MW high-pressure electrolyser for offshore application will be developed with planned operation by 2025.
Green Hydrogen Systems is a provider of electrolysers used in the on-site production of hydrogen-based renewable energy. The grant has been offered in connection with the EU Green Deal 2.2 funding call with a total consortium grant of EUR 30 million.
The objective of the GreenHyScale project is to pave the way for large scale deployment of electrolysis both onshore and offshore, in line with the EU hydrogen strategy and offshore renewable energy strategy.
GreenHyScale project members are GreenLab A/S, Green Hydrogen Systems A/S, Energy Cluster Denmark, Lhyfe, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Equinor Energy A/S, Everfuel A/S, Technical University of Denmark, Imperial College London, Quantafuel and Euroquality.
Sebastian Koks Andreassen, CEO of Green Hydrogen Systems, said, “This demonstration project will be a cornerstone for us in achieving the necessary scale for technological advancement and will contribute to lowering the levelised cost of hydrogen towards cost parity with fossil fuels.”