Green Hydrogen Systems completes new production facilities

Green Hydrogen Systems' new factory in Western Denmark can produce electrolyzer equipment for 150 MW per year, but that could easily be scaled up to 1,000 MW.

Green Hydrogen Systems CEO Sebastian Koks Andreassen. | Photo: Bjørn Bertheussen, BB Photography

Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS), based in Kolding, Western Denmark, is doing its part to transform the region into a domestic hydrogen hub, and the company is now one step further on the path with the completion of its new production facilities.

The facilities combine office space, research and development as well as production spanning 4,500 square meters, with the capacity to produce 150 MW's worth of electrolyzer equipment per year.

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