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Sunfire conducts FEED study for 500-MW green H2 project

The electrolysis manufacturer will provide a front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for a large-scale H2 project in Europe. After receiving an order for a 100-MW electrolyzer last year, Sunfire is now participating in the next significant project: conducting the FEED for a substantial 500-MW H2 project scheduled for operation by 2028. Sunfire's FEED study will enable the customer to take a transparent, comprehensive financial investment decision (FID) for the project.

This project represents a significant milestone in Europe's green H2 initiatives. The renewable H2 produced will support various applications, including refinery operations and ammonia production, contributing to industrial sustainability efforts. Complementing the project, extensive solar and wind infrastructure will accompany the central 500-MW pressurized alkaline electrolyzer.

Nils Aldag, CEO of Sunfire said, "Europe is at the forefront of adopting green H2 solutions. We are seeing the first 100-MW projects reaching their FIDs. As larger-scale projects like the 500-MW initiative emerge, Sunfire reaffirms its commitment to providing reliable industrial electrolyzer technology, capable of facilitating transformative projects."

Sunfire's comprehensive FEED study will define operational parameters, site requirements, and execution guidelines with integration partners (EPCs) for the 500-MW pressurized alkaline electrolyzer. The outcome sets a crucial milestone towards project realization, ensuring effective execution.

In parallel, Sunfire continues to scale its production capacities. The company launched its automated series production of pressurized alkaline electrolyzers at the beginning of last year that is currently further expanded. With an order backlog of 700-MW electrolyzer capacity, Sunfire is committed to enable the green industrial transformation for a broad range of customers.

Nils Aldag said, "With the projects we are bringing to life this year, we are building a strategic and efficient partner network – gaining the experience that will enable us to deliver electrolysis systems scaled up to several hundreds of megawatts.”