Green Hydrogen Systems goes to Germany

The Danish hydrogen firm has been selected for a German test center, where the effectiveness of the company's pressurized alkaline electrolysis will be measured against competing hydrogen technology.

Visualization of electrolyzer in container. | Photo: PR / Wenger Engineering

As technologies mature, a sorting process take place between rival variations: Should the electricity grid make use of alternating-current or direct-current power? Should a wind turbine have a transmission or not?

These little civil wars between technologies can prove critical to overall development, and now hydrogen's time has come. At least, Green Hydrogen Systems (GHS) is now set to deliver three of its A90 electrolyzers totaling 1.3MW to a German test center.

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