Hydrogen Systems establishes the Hydrogen Center of Excellence

The hydrogen centre focuses on technology transfer and advanced manufacturing.

Hydrogen Systems has announced the establishment of their new Hydrogen Energy Center of Excellence located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Hydrogen Systems is a Saudi Arabian company that provides integrated hydrogen solutions and value-added support to industrial, hydrogen energy, and decarbonisation markets.

The Hydrogen Energy Center of Excellence focuses on technology transfer and advanced manufacturing of solutions for use in Saudi and the broader region that supports the many decarbonisation initiatives brought forward by both government and private organisations to aid in the reduction of greenhouse gases.

The Center partners and collaborates with international organisations looking to develop solutions for the rapidly growing hydrogen energy market in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East Region.

The hydrogen-based solutions currently under development by the Center include transportable hydrogen generation and fueling systems that are critical to the energy transition underway in the region. Hydrogen generation technologies based on water electrolysis and hydrogen generation from natural gas and methanol with carbon capture/conversion are also being evaluated.

Additionally, The Center will develop and manufacture compression, storage, and delivery systems based on proven advanced designs to support the growing need for hydrogen and decarbonisation solutions in the region.

Sattam Alsuwailem, CEO of Hydrogen Systems, said, “Hydrogen Systems has partnerships with industry-leading global organisations who look forward to collaborating with the Center.”

Ray Schmid, VP of Sales and Marketing for Nel Hydrogen, commented, “Hydrogen Systems has designed and put into production transportable hydrogen generation plants utilising NEL PEM technology electrolysers.”

Zohaib Ali

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