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H-TEC SYSTEMS to deliver electrolyzer for green production of liquid biogas

H-TEC SYSTEMS delivers PEM electrolyzers to Norwegian-Danish joint venture. Innovative cooperation in wind power, electrolysis and liquid biogas (LBG) between Norwegian Hydrogen and energy entrepreneur Jens Peter Lunden. The collaboration is based on an innovative technology, used for the first time in a full-scale production by GrønGas A/S, where green H2 is used directly in the production of liquid biogas.

Norwegian Hydrogen and Jens Peter Lunden have established a 50/50 joint venture under the name Grøn Brint ApS. The company will own and operate electrolysis plants to produce green H2, primarily for use in the production of LBG.

Grøn Brint Aps has already ordered electrolyzers for the first phase of the collaboration from the German electrolyzer manufacturer H-TEC SYSTEMS and plans to start producing the H2 already this year. The plan is then to scale up production based on the green energy available from Lunden's turbines.

“The Grøn Brint ApS joint venture is an innovative approach to scaling up hydrogen, which we are pleased to serve with our modular electrolyzers. Initiatives like these can serve as a blueprint for similar projects in many European countries. More and more practical applications show how green hydrogen can help them achieve their Net-Zero emission goals and accelerate the energy transition process," said Robin v. Plettenberg.

“Norwegian Hydrogen aims to be a pioneer in the use of green H2 for various purposes. This collaboration shows that, by utilizing green H2 and green CO2 in a new and innovative way, we can cover some of the vast marked demand for LBG,” said Jens Berge, CEO of Norwegian Hydrogen AS.

“The collaboration with Jens Peter Lunden and potentially also with GrønGas is an important milestone for Norwegian Hydrogen and the result of good and constructive dialogue over a long period of time.”

By using green H2 directly in the production of LBG, green CO2 that is left over in the process is also used. The conversion of CO2 to e-methane provides added value for the parties and forms the basis for the profitability of the project.

“The parties have worked closely together to develop a model for the collaboration that provides profitability for all companies involved. Together we will demonstrate an integrated, green and profitable value chain from wind turbines via electrolysis to LBG,” said Jens Peter Lunden.

“At GrønGas we are looking forward to having Grøn Brint located right next to us. In near future, we hope to be able to use H2 for CCU and methanation directly at the biogas plant. We aim to be a part of and even add to the same value chain as Grøn Brint is part of,” said Allan Olesen, CEO at GrønGas.

The parties have ambitions to expand the collaboration to include other opportunities in the production of H2 and other e-fuels, based on wind power. They have several other major projects in the planning.