Green Hydrogen Systems completes X-Series reliability testing

Green Hydrogen Systems A/S has completed phase 1 of the reliability testing of the X-Series electrolyser prototype. This milestone allows the company to release the X-Series product for binding contractual commitments on a performance-based price structure.

Following the technical proof of concept and third-party validation announced on 29 February 2024, Green Hydrogen Systems has conducted more than 250 hours of on-site and monitored reliability and stability testing of the X-Series electrolyser prototype in Skive, Denmark.

The X-Series system’s performance has proven reliable and stable at various loads and sustained levels of operation. This provides confidence in the technical product and its performance needed to commit to supply and service contracts.

“We are pleased to have reached yet another milestone for our new X-Series electrolyser,” said Peter Friis, CEO at Green Hydrogen Systems. “The tests give us confidence in the product’s reliability, and we are now ready for binding contractual commitments on a performance-based structure. We believe this model will support the roll-out of our first batch of the X-Series electrolysers to customers.”

Green Hydrogen Systems will now continue with phase 2 of the prototype testing, which includes additional technical and operational learnings from the new product. The X-Series product is a 6-MW pressurised alkaline electrolyser module that offers a competitive product to medium-to-large-scale hydrogen plants and projects.

Green Hydrogen Systems is engaged in dialogue with potential customers regarding the X-Series product, which will be available for order intake in 2024 and beyond.

The X-Series prototype tested in Skive, Denmark, is a part of the GreenHyScale project. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101036935.

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