The completion of this pioneering project is anticipated in Q224, marking a significant leap forward in sustainable hydrogen infrastructure.
The facility is the inaugural installation in HNO International's Scalable Hydrogen Energy Platform (SHEP™), a modular and scalable hydrogen energy system designed to efficiently produce, store, and dispense green hydrogen from water using a 1.25 MW electrolyser. SHEP is crafted with versatility in mind, catering to the diverse needs of developers, companies, communities, and municipalities.
SHEP's remarkable scalability allows it to produce beyond 5000 kg/d of hydrogen with additional electrolysers and other integrated components, making it an ideal solution for various industrial and commercial applications. The modular platform's adaptability ensures it can meet the evolving demands of hydrogen production and usage across a spectrum of applications.
An additional advantage of SHEP is its compact footprint, requiring less than 3000 ft2, providing flexibility in installation across diverse locations. Furthermore, SHEP offers users the choice of power sources, allowing for utilisation of grid or renewable power, presenting a 100% green, off-grid option.
"This collaboration represents a major milestone in our commitment to sustainable energy solutions," stated Donald Owens, Chairman at HNO International. "The development of the green hydrogen production facility in Houston is a testament to our dedication to advancing sustainable hydrogen infrastructure. This facility is just the beginning, as we have plans for additional installations in 2024, 2025, and beyond, further solidifying our position as leaders in the hydrogen energy infrastructure sector."
HNO International invites stakeholders, investors, and industry partners to stay informed about this transformative project and the broader impact SHEP is poised to make in the global transition towards sustainable energy.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/12022024/hno-international-to-lead-green-hydrogen-initiative/
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