Nilsson Energy will develop sustainable hydrogen production and energy storage solutions at Gateway Säve, Sweden.
In the facility at Gateway Säve, Nilsson Energy will develop and produce turnkey container-based energy modules that produce decentralised green hydrogen via electrolysis, battery, storage and fuel cell technology. Customers will use the boxes to support existing infrastructure with electricity and heat, storage of renewable energy until needed and to be able to offer fossil-free mobility. As of the autumn of 2021, Nilsson Energy will rent temporary premises from Castellum and move into its new customised premises in 2022.
Martina Wettin, the co-founder of Nilsson Energy, said, “Thanks to Gateway Säve, we can establish a desirable and in-demand hydrogen hub at home.”
Mariette Hilmersson, a regional CEO at Castellum, said, “We are incredibly happy that a pioneer in fossil-free energy system solutions chooses to establish itself at Gateway Säve.”
Gateway Säve in Gothenburg was previously Gothenburg City Airport. The airport was closed in 2015 and is now a business park focusing on the future of aircraft, autonomous and fossil-free vehicles, and flexible logistics. The real estate company Castellum has become the owner of the area and began to sketch out their ideas for Gateway Säve, which will be developed over ten years. Castellum plans to develop around 900k square meters of modern logistics and business premises, plus test areas for fossil-free and self-driving vehicles both in the air and on the ground.
MyFC and Nilsson Energy have been partnered for hydrogen production and energy storage solutions.
Michael Glant, CEO of MyFC, said, “Together we can deliver a complete solution to produce green and sustainable electricity. Among other things, we see a strong potential in the logistics industry.”