Enapter AG has received an order from RE-FUEL Renewable Fuels Inc. (RE-FUEL) for two megawatt-class AEM Multicore electrolysers. The Canadian company has set itself the task of developing renewable fuels in the Province of Prince Edward Island.
RE-FUEL is working with Aspin Kemp & Associates Inc. (AKA), a leading Canadian Power Systems Integrator on incorporating Hydrogen into a more resilient and greener energy supply.
Their long-term goal is to make Prince Edward Island energy self-sufficient in the areas of heating, transportation, shipping, industry, and aviation. With this initial MW-sized project, RE-FUEL and AKA will use Enapter’s AEM Electrolysers to produce green hydrogen from renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. Prince Edward Island is the smallest of Canada’s ten Provinces and is one of the Canadian Atlantic Provinces.
Enapter’s AEM Multicore produces green hydrogen cost-effectively in the megawatt range. To do this, Enapter combines many core modules, known as ‘AEM Stacks,’ into a total system that produces about 450 kg of hydrogen per day. With this approach, Enapter can rapidly reduce costs by scaling many small units into one large system. The 1 MW AEM Multicores, in turn, can be bundled into even larger systems, as is being realised by RE-FUEL and AKA in Canada.
The order has a volume in the lower single-digit million-euro range. It is planned to deliver the AEM Multicores, which will be fully certified for the American market, in the second half of 2024. The second-generation Multicore systems will be produced at the Enapter Campus plant currently under construction in Saerbeck. The construction of this further production facility is on schedule, while Enapter’s existing plant in Pisa already carries out series production of its AEM Electrolysers.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/24112022/enapter-receives-canadian-order-for-two-1-mw-electrolysers/
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