Equipment deliveries kick off at Norwegian Hydrogen’s Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub

Equipment has started to arrive at Norwegian Hydrogen’s green hydrogen production hub in Hellesylt, Norway. With a daily production of up to 1.3 tons of hydrogen a day, this facility is set to become Norway's largest producer of green hydrogen upon commencing operations later this year.

In the coming weeks, the company will receive all plant equipment, including electrolyzers, compressors, storage systems and a high-capacity, state-of-the-art refueling station for heavy-duty vehicles.

This step signals the beginning of an important phase encompassing installation, startup, and testing activities, which will continue into the summer.

Andreas Wenaas Østigård, Project Manager for Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub at Norwegian Hydrogen, commented: “This delivery is a critical milestone in our journey to make hydrogen accessible to our customers in the region. It marks the transition to a hands-on phase where our vision starts taking a tangible form through the installation, startup, and testing of the equipment.”

Jens Berge, CEO of Norwegian Hydrogen, said: “Our Hellesylt project is very special. This is where it all started, and even if we have grown a lot since when we initially started developing this project back in 2020, seeing all of the equipment arriving from Germany to our site at the entrance to the Geirangefjord, is a big and important step forward for the entire team and for our customers waiting for green hydrogen to enable their zero emissions.”

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