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AMPO partners with GRZ Technologies to provide hydrogen storage solutions

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Global Hydrogen Review,

AMPO and GRZ Technologies have announced a partnership agreement. With this new partnership, AMPO will be a commercial and integration partner of GRZ Technologies in Spain and Portugal, whose technology allows storing, compression and processing of renewable hydrogen and energy storage and generation at decentralised locations in the grid.

These hydrogen solutions take green hydrogen from an electrolyser as an input and enable several applications. The hydrogen can be transformed into valuable on-demand electric power, stored at low pressure in a very dense, safe and compact way, compressed to be used in hydrogen mobility or for transportation, or capture CO2 and combine it with hydrogen to make synthetic and renewable methane. Thereby, these technologies allow for reliable, safe, efficient, and compact processing of the gas. In other words: AMPO will distribute and integrate systems that are designed to last and to work in decentral parts of the power and gas grid – the exact places where renewables are to be found.

“We are excited that AMPO has become our official partner in Spain and Portugal,” said Henrik Steen Pedersen, CCO of GRZ Technologies. “The partnership with AMPO allows us to have a strong presence in Iberia and creates an opportunity to accelerate the transition to clean energy in Spain and Portugal. Most end-users of hydrogen applications are looking for complete turn-key solutions, and this is exactly what AMPO can deliver. Therefore, this partnership is a fantastic match for both our companies.”

Alex Eizmendi, Strategy Director at AMPO, said: “We have chosen GRZ’s modular technology for its ability to scale, integration possibilities with other technologies and safe and easy operation. We are excited to work closely with them driving the energy transition for a more sustainable future."

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