SFC Energy signs ‘Make in India’ agreement; HydrogenPro receives electrolyser order

By 2070, India aims for net-zero emissions and a 45% cut by 2030.

SFC Energy AG has signed the ‘Make in India’ agreement with its longtime partner FC TecNrgy Pvt Ltd (FCTec).

“Make in India” is an initiative of the Indian government to encourage companies to manufacture and sell their products in the domestic market. It will, from now on, jointly manufacture all components of its EFOY Hydrogen and EFOY Methanol fuel cells and energy solutions in India.

The EFOY Hydrogen 2.5 is a modular hydrogen fuel cell solution that meets the highest demands of professional users. Compared to a conventional diesel generator, for example, a 5 kW hydrogen fuel cell energy solution saves up to 45.6 tonnes of CO2 based on an assumed annual demand of 43,800-kWh. This corresponds to the driving performance of a diesel-powered car of about 250,000 km.

The product portfolio will be available in a power range from currently 50 kW to around 500 kW. SFC Energy is thus tapping into the great potential of a dynamically growing market for environmentally friendly power generation solutions.

HydrogenPro receives an electrolyser order from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

HydrogenPro AS (Norwegian hydrogen-plant manufacturer) has received a purchase order for a large electrolyser from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., worth more than $3 million.

The engineering, procurement and construction and other system deliverables for a full turn-key electrolyser hydrogen production plant at the Takasago Hydrogen Park in Japan will be supplied by third parties. The electrolyser plant is planned to be operational by mid-2023.

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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