H2 Green Steel, ThyssenKrupp Nucera Team Up on Electrolysis Plant

Sweden’s H2 Green Steel and Germany-based thyssenkrupp nucera have partnered on an electrolysis plant at H2’s Boden facility in northern Sweden.

The agreement between the two companies secures capacity of more than 700 megawatts for H2’s electrolysis plant in Boden, “making it one of the world’s largest electrolysis plants to date,” H2 said Monday.

H2 Green Steel added that the pact will cover alkaline water electrolysis technology (AWE) and large-scale electrolysis plant engineering.

“The electrolysis plant in Boden will be many times bigger than most electrolyzer installations that exist today,” Maria Persson Gulda, H2 Green Steel’s chief technology officer, said in a statement.

The company said it will use several complementing technologies for green hydrogen production.

“We start with steel in Boden, Sweden, but it’s only the beginning,” Gulda said.  

By Ethan Bernard,

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