Green Hydrogen Systems signed an agreement with Liquiline for delivering electrolysis equipment for a project in Norway with Dalane Energi as the end customer.
The order includes the supply of two GHS HyProvide A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of 0.9 MW to produce green hydrogen from renewable electricity.
Manufactured by Green Hydrogen Systems and operated by Liquiline, the electrolysers will be deployed in a 40 ft container as a complete green hydrogen plant.
Green Hydrogen Systems will be responsible for delivering the electrolyser units and will support the project with on-site maintenance and remote monitoring and support as part of a three-year service agreement.
When fully operational during Q1 of 2023, the ordered electrolysers have the capacity to provide around 389 kg/day of green hydrogen. The electrolyser will be part of the EU-funded Horizon 2020 project ROBINSON.
Dalane Energi is a partner in the project, aiming to establish a system to combine and integrate local green energy sources such as hydrogen, waste heat, gasification of wood chips, and electricity. The produced hydrogen will be delivered to the ROBINSON project and, in addition, sold to external users. The goal is to scale up the production and establish a hydrogen ship bunkering operation in close cooperation with the Port of Egersund.
Liquiline is a Norwegian-based gas technology company and independent provider of services and innovative solutions for transporting and storing liquefied gases.
Knut Forland, MD of Liquiline, said, “Their scalable solutions based on local hydrogen production close to the customers, is specially adapted to countries like Norway with long distances and high distribution costs.”
Soren Rydbirk, COO of Green Hydrogen Systems, said, “Both parties share our vision to pioneer the field of green hydrogen and drive a sustainable global energy transition.”
Idar Sonstabo, MD of Dalane Energi, said, “The company will now be the first establishment of green hydrogen production for public use in the same region.”