A 15 member consortium applied for funds to erect 100 MW electrolyser
Repsol, which is a part of a consortium called H24All, have applied for European Green Deal funding. The project aims to develop the region’s first 100 MW alkaline-electrolyser plant integrating to a Repsol industrial site.
Who are in the consortium?
The consortium consists of 15 member companies from six countries: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Spain, and Turkey.
The member companies represent the full value chain of the hydrogen industry. The member companies are from various fields including research centres, material suppliers, engineering firms specialising in electrolysers, electro-intensive industries, energy and automotive companies, universities, and industry associations.
What is the aim of H2All?
One of the key objectives is to develop the electrolyser technology and improve the knowhow. To develop the market, the viability of electrolysers and reducing the operating costs are the key factors that need to be developed. H24All is aiming to drag the cost of green hydrogen (using water and renewable energy) to €3/kg.
The project is expected to take around five years, spending almost three years of research, development, and construction following by two years of the demonstration and validation stage.
H24All expects that the project impact will be positive on the market and especially end users such as mobility, chemical industry and renewable energy.