It has been announced that Japanese company Enoah Inc will purchase 101 AEM electrolysers from Enapter. How will these electrolysers be deployed in hydrogen production projects in Japan?
Enoah specialises in the manufacturing and distribution of fuel cells, power generation, and water electrolysis systems.
The 101 AEM Electrolysers EL 4.0 are primarily intended for use in Power-to-Power applicants and refuelling stations.
Since the beginning of the partnership in 2021, Enapter has delivered around 20 AEM electrolysers to Enoah.
This latest order contributes to the increase of green hydrogen production in Japan, supporting the country’s sustainability goals in the areas of renewable energy and emission-free mobility.
It is planned for the delivery of the devices to be in several stages between the end of the third quarter of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024.
Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Enapter, explained that the partnership is the start of its journey in worldwide implementation.
He said: “We highly value our collaboration with Enoah and see this partnership as another step towards promoting the hydrogen economy in Japan. This order underscores our position as a market leader in the AEM electrolysis field and our role in implementing clean energy solutions worldwide.”