McPhy and CNR develop carbon-free projects


McPhy Energy and CNR will work collaboratively to develop a carbon-free mobility and power-to-gas projects.

McPhy Energy, specialising in hydrogen-based solutions for industrial and energy storage, and CNR (Compagnie Nationale du Rhône), France’s leading 100% renewable energy producer, have entered into a memorandum of understanding for the joint development of hydrogen energy projects, in particular in the zero emission mobility and power-to-gas segments.

Under the terms of this agreement, McPhy Energy will contribute its unique technological expertise and also its energy production and storage equipment, and CNR its intermittent energies production and management know-how to propose new mobility and storage solutions for renewable electricity capable of contributing to sustainable regional development.

The first area for joint development concerns the hydrogen filling stations to be built in Southeast France in 2015 within the framework of the ‘Mobility Hydrogen France’ plan. McPhy Energy will provide its integrated HRS hydrogen production, storage and distribution solutions and CNR its green electricity as well as its solutions for monetising the flexibility of electricity consumption.

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