Enapter has strategically expanded its product portfolio with the revolutionary “AEM Flex 120.” This innovative AEM electrolyser is poised to streamline the launch of industrial and refuelling pilot projects, marking a significant leap forward in the realm of green hydrogen production.
Enapter, the renowned hydrogen technology company, has unveiled a monumental partnership with Enoah. This collaboration heralds the purchase of an impressive fleet of 101 AEM electrolysers, marking a pivotal moment in the pursuit of harnessing green hydrogen’s boundless potential for energy transformation.
In a strategic move to tap into the booming hydrogen market in China, German-Italian electrolyser manufacturer Enapter has inked a significant framework supply contract valued at over $6.5 million with China’s renowned engine and drive company, Wolong.
Japan, known for its commitment to decarbonization and embracing cutting-edge technologies, has taken another significant step towards its sustainable energy future with the establishment of the first commercial hydrogen refuelling station using AEM electrolysis in Asia.
Protium has started producing green hydrogen at Baglan Energy Park in South Wales with the assistance of partner organizations Fuel Cell Systems, Enapter, and the University of South Wales (USW).
In Chiang Mai, Thailand, German Enapter and its partners started an initiative to build Southeast Asia’s first green hydrogen learning center.
Enapter announces a 25 million euro funding volume. Through its Patrimonium Middle Market Debt Fund, the investor Patrimonium Asset Management has subscribed to an Enapter bearer bond in the appropriate amount.
A customer from South Korea has ordered two AEM electrolysers with a combined capacity of 2 megawatts from Enapter and its partner YEST.
Through its sales and integration partner Adsensys, Enapter has received a new order for the delivery of an AEM Multicore.
Enapter is the first manufacturer of electrolysers to implement the popular OPC UA communication protocol. Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture…