HyET Hydrogen participates in the Waterstof in stroomversnelling project. The main objective is to accelerate the roll-out of high-quality infrastructure for hydrogen-driven mobility in the East of the Netherlands.
The main objective of the Waterstof in stroomversnelling project is to accelerate the roll-out of high-quality infrastructure for hydrogen-driven mobility in the East of The Netherlands. Kuster H2 Energy is responsible for the implementation of a hydrogen refueling station in Doetinchem. This is a modular hydrogen refueling station that will be equipped with buffer modules and filling installations of 350 bar for large vehicles and 700 bar for passenger cars.
To improve the position of hydrogen as a mature fuel that can be applied on large scale, it is important that the delivery of hydrogen is efficient, reliable and should be low-maintenance. This is where HyET Hydrogen’s EHC-technology stands out positively in comparison to mechanical compressors. As part of this project HyET Hydrogen will demonstrate hydrogen electrochemical compression technology at 350 and 700 bar refueling.
With the insights gained through this project, both Kuster H2 Energy and HyET Hydrogen (along with other stakeholders) will be shaping a plan for scaling up after this project, including the regional supply of green hydrogen. With the knowledge and experience that are gathered in this project, the partners intend to develop a “blueprint” for the construction of new hydrogen refueling stations.
The Waterstof in stroomversnelling project has received funding from the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union. This project is co-funded as part of the Union’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Project starting date: 1 April 2021.
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