McPhy to work with Enel on Carlentini; Infinity receive funds

Carlentini project demonstrates how renewable energies and hydrogen can combine to form the zero-carbon energy mix of tomorrow.

McPhy has signed an MoU with Enel Green Power (an Italian energy company) to supply a 4 MW for the Carlentini project in Italy.

McPhy will supply a pressurised alkaline electrolyser from the Augmented McLyzer range that would be connected to a renewable energy park in Carlentini, Sicily, Italy. The installation would aim to supply green hydrogen for a power-to-gas system and for hard-to-abate sectors. The Augmented McLyzer range was selected for its high flexibility, and fast dynamic response, most suited to the intermittency of renewable energy and the power market-led operation.

Meanwhile, Infinity Fuel Cell & Hydrogen, Inc. has executed an agreement with Axiom Space to add US$ 900k funding to an existing project. The money is earmarked to produce a full-scale prototype of a specific Infinity™ technology that has been under development for Axiom since last year.

Infinity continues to be a supplier of choice for its various patented and proprietary technologies applicable to electrolysers and air-independent fuel cells for zero-gravity applications in space. Infinity’s air-independent fuel-cell design is also applicable for underwater use and is being tested with the Office of Naval Research.

William F. Smith, president of Infinity, said, “Axiom Space is one of three commercial space companies we are currently working with, in addition to Nasa.”

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: 02081237815
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