LIFTE H2 and Burckhardt Compression collaborate on Hydrogen projects

LIFTE H2 has developed a digital platform for hydrogen asset performance management.

The hydrogen infrastructure development company LIFTE H2 and compressor manufacturer Burckhardt Compression have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop a joint offering of Hydrogen solutions to the market.

The combination of LIFTE H2’s product and project development services and Burckhardt Compression’s technology and global service capability provides differentiated long-term and integrated value for our customers.

LIFTE H2 is implementing advanced product and services roadmaps, coordinated with a campaign of infrastructure projects, and a collaborative business model that provides corporate partners with a higher degree of control over their future low-carbon energy needs.

When coupled with Burckhardt Compression’s outstanding high-pressure, high-flow export compressor technology, a differentiated level of infrastructure performance, reliability and cost is deployed into hard-to-decarbonize applications, advancing the industry towards mass market adoption of hydrogen.

To manage the complexity of maturing supply chain level performance and reliability, LIFTE H2 has developed the most advanced digital platform in the hydrogen industry for asset performance management. To advance the value of this platform, Burckhardt Compression is adding its asset-specific expertise, machine monitoring, and maintenance capabilities to the overall service offering.

Burckhardt Compression has gained extensive experience and know-how in hydrogen compression solutions over the last several decades and is continuously developing compression technology for energy & mobility applications. With a history of over 178 years, Burckhardt Compression maintains a global manufacturing and service offering, supplying new compression solutions and supporting customers with a full range of services throughout the entire life cycle.

Zohaib Ali

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