Fusion Fuel has entered into a sales contract with a Portuguese energy company for a 1.25MW electrolyser. How will this help to boost hydrogen’s potential in the transport sector?
The HEVO-Chain Series NC electrolyser system will be used for an integrated electrolyser and hydrogen refuelling project which had been awarded European Commission funding through Component 14 of Portugal’s Recovery and Resilience Plan.
It is aiming to produce, store, and distribute green hydrogen for both light and heavy transport sectors.
Fusion Fuel has said that the facility is planned for the north of the country and is expected to be fully installed and operational before the end of 2024.
Fusion Fuel’s Head of Portugal, Pedro Caçorino Dias explained that it will bring its existing expertise to the project: “Our ability to design an entire hydrogen plant, in addition to our modular electrolyser approach, allowed us to execute this agreement in record time, a testament to our cutting-edge technology and our capability to deliver.
“With this project, we continue to extend our footprint in the hydrogen mobility space, which we believe will be a source of differentiation for us as the market develops over the coming years.”