McPhy participates in the laying of the first stone of ‘Jupiter 1000’


Dedicated hydrogen (H2) solutions provider McPhy has participated in the laying of the first stone of the ‘Jupiter 1000’ demonstrator, France’s first Power-to-Gas demonstrator connected to the natural gas transportation network in Fos-sur-Mer.

This 1MW demonstrator will enable the transition from the concept phase to an industrial tool. The purpose of this unique French project is to test the technical and economic viability of Power-to-Gas by detecting and dealing with any technical, economic or regulatory difficulties, in order to reduce long-term investment and operating costs, and allow the deployment of a new wide-scale renewable gas production segment.

Coordinated by GRTgaz, this project involves a group of French partners with complementary areas of expertise, including McPhy for the electrolysis phase.

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