Hymeth successfully completes first site acceptance test of its electrolyzer

Danish electrolyzer start-up Hymeth has reported the successful completion of the first site acceptance test (SAT) of its low-temperature alkaline electrolyzer technology. The test was conducted at Nilsson Energy in Gothenburg, Sweden, showcasing several promising features of Hymeth’s technology.

According to Hymeth, its electrolyzer achieved remarkable efficiency at the stack level, setting a new benchmark in clean hydrogen production and promising cost-effective hydrogen generation.

The test also demonstrated the electrolyzer’s ability to operate at a low temperature, with an average of just 20–30°C. This characteristic offers significant advantages, including reduced energy consumption and an extended equipment lifespan.

Hymeth’s technology is based on nine global patents and uses no precious metals, relying solely on iron, copper and nickel, thereby enhancing cost-efficiency, availability and sustainability.

Mats Blacker, CEO of Hymeth, commented: “Our first site acceptance test not only validates our innovative approach but also proves that we are ready to redefine the standards of hydrogen production. We’re inviting investors, customers, and industrial partners to join us in this exciting journey towards a cleaner, more sustainable world.”

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