Green Hydrogen Systems to provide electrolysis technology in Australia

Green Hydrogen Systems and its partner and system integrator Skai Energies have been chosen as electrolysis technology provider and integrator for a H2 generation project in Australia.

The first stage of the project is to be commissioned early 2022 and will produce around 60-90 kg green hydrogen per day. However, given the prime location and growth of the industry, green hydrogen supply will need to steadily grow to meet the demand.  As Green Hydrogen Systems’ electrolyzers are standardized units that can be combined for multi-MW production, the hydrogen generation project will be able to meet any subsequent need to scale up by adding new HyProvide units to the initial setup.

Green Hydrogen Systems is delivering electrolyzers to numerous projects in Europe. The company has recently moved to brand new production and R&D facilities, allowing for a significant production ramp-up of its efficient and modular pressurized alkaline electrolysis platforms to accommodate the increasing demand for green hydrogen.

"The HyProvide A-Series equipment is designed to work very efficiently with the variable load from renewable electricity sources – in this case, solar. With hydrogen solutions becoming competitive with traditional energy carriers, particularly when using highly efficient and proven equipment from my partners, it is great to get into a green hydrogen project to support the vision of the project developer, and accelerate the energy transition," said Skai Energies CEO Craig Ehrke.