ENGIE and McPhy partner to demonstrate the potential of carbon-free hydrogen


ENGIE subsidiary ENGIE Cofely has inaugurated the first renewable hydrogen (H2) industrial production unit in Grenoble, France.

The unit is intended to supply H2 for French government-funded technological research organisation CEA’s industrial processes as well as for H2 mobility to power the HyWay project’s vehicle station.

McPhy, specialising in H2-based solutions for industrial and energy storage, has supplied the equipment for the unit – three electrolysers and two storage modules. McPhy’s electrolysis solution will provide a nominal flow rate of 30 Nm3/h and a peak flow rate of 50 Nm3/h.

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