Ballard, HDF Energy Commence Construction of World's 1st Multi-MW Scale Baseload Hydrogen Power Plant

Ballard Power Systems announced that its partner, Hydrogene de France, an Independent Power Producer dedicated to renewable power generation, commenced construction of the CEOG Renewstable® Power Plant in French Guiana.

October 08, 2021. By News Bureau

Ballard Power Systems announced that its partner, Hydrogene de France, an Independent Power Producer dedicated to renewable power generation, commenced construction of the CEOG Renewstable® Power Plant in French Guiana. 

This project is part of a multi-staged development agreement between Ballard and HDF, as initially announced in December 2019 by Ballard. CEOG is the first commercial project for HDF under this agreement. 

This is an important proof point for the use of hydrogen storage and electrical regeneration combined with renewable energy. The $200 million French Guiana CEOG project will combine a solar park, long-term hydrogen and short-term battery storage and fuel cells specified by HDF, based on Ballard's ClearGen® architecture.
 

The Renewstable® power plant, designed and developed by HDF, will supply a 100% renewable, stable and dispatchable power to the equivalent of 10,000 households at a lower cost than a diesel power plant, but without emitting any greenhouse gas, fine particle emissions, noise or fumes.
 

"CEOG demonstrates that HDF Renewstable® solution addresses a very large market, being all grids that are currently powered by fossil fuel power plants," said Damien Havard, CEO of HDF Energy. 
 

Rob Campbell, Ballard's Chief Commercial Officer, said, "Ballard's leading Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell technology is well-suited for utility power systems such as this, which require proven reliability, dependability and operating performance in heavy-duty applications." Mr. Campbell continued, "Our stacks are expected to offer cost effective scaling of energy storage and electricity regeneration, are optimal for daily cycling of operations, and are completely zero emissions in this case due to the use of upstream renewable energy."
 

HDF and Ballard anticipates the two 1.5 MW fuel cell systems, to be delivered by mid-2023. The systems will utilize Ballard's core FCgen®-LCS stack technology.  

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