Green Hydrogen Systems’ X-Series electrolyser prototype achieves key milestone

Danish electrolyzer manufacturer Green Hydrogen Systems has announced that it has reached technical proof of concept for the X-Series electrolyser prototype. This milestone follows several months of commissioning and testing, leading to third-party validation, which is the final step in the technical proof of concept.

This is an essential milestone towards full commercialisation of the X-Series electrolyser module.

Following the technical proof of concept milestone, Green Hydrogen Systems will continue the prototype testing, focusing on system reliability before entering into commercial agreements. The company is engaged in dialogue with potential customers regarding the first Mark 1.0 versions and aims for first deliveries in late 2024 and early 2025.

The X-Series product is a 6-MW pressurised alkaline electrolyser module developed for medium-to-large-scale hydrogen plants and projects.

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.

“I am very pleased to announce that we have reached a major milestone with the performance validation of our X-Series prototype,” said Friis, CEO of Green Hydrogen Systems. “Reaching this milestone has required intense team effort from across our entire organisation and close collaboration with our on-site partners in Skive.

“The third-party validation proves our technical concept for the X-Series. This confirmation allows us to take the next step of our growth strategy, as we expect the X-Series to be the main revenue driver from 2025 onwards.”

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