An alkaline electrolyser provider has won a contract for the supply of electrolysis equipment to establish a hydrogen bunkering operation at the Port of Egersund in Norway.

Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) has received the order from Liquiline to deliver the equipment for a Dalane Energi-led H2 project in Norway. The produced hydrogen will be delivered to the Horizon 2020 ROBINSON project, and also sold to external users. The goal is to scale up the production and establish a hydrogen ship bunkering operation in close cooperation with the Port of Egersund.

GHS will supply two GHS HyProvide A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of 0.9 megawatts as part of the EU-funded ROBINSON project.

Source: Green Hydrogen Systems

GHS will supply two GHS HyProvide A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of 0.9 megawatts as part of the EU-funded ROBINSON project.

The order comprises the supply of two GHS HyProvide A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of 0.9 megawatts. When fully operational during Q1 of 2023, the electrolysers have the capacity to provide approximately 389 kilograms of green hydrogen per day.

“We are pleased to be a part of the exciting and ambitious ROBINSON project,” said Knut Førland, managing director of Liquiline. We see it as an important step in making green hydrogen commercially available, which is needed to assist the energy transition,” said Knut Førland, managing director of Liquiline.

The EU-funded Horizon 2020 project ROBINSON aims to develop an integrated energy system to help decarbonise industrialised islands. Norway’s energy company Dalane Energi is a partner in the project along with Hydrogen Solutions and the Port of Egersund.