HyGear has completed the construction and delivery of a hydrogen (H2) compressor station to the city of Riga in Latvia.
The supply contract was signed last December with Hydrogenis, an energy and electromobility industry company, to supply H2 to the end customer in Riga for a H2 filling facility for fuelling buses.
Part of the contract included a H2 compressor station that is used to increase the output pressure from the Hy.GEN system.
The compressor station consists of a dual street compression line and all necessary peripherals for post treatment of compressed gases including cooling and drying. The system is built on a forty feet container skid that form the signature of HyGear products in the market.
Coupled with the compressor station are three units of Hy.GEN 50 which is an on-site gas generation system that produces H2 by converting natural gas with steam methane reforming.
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