Lhyfe to Start Construction of 10 MW Green Hydrogen Plant in Brake, Germany
According to Lhyfe, the new facility will be the first plant in the northern German region to make green hydrogen available to the wider market.
February 03, 2024. By News Bureau
Lhyfe, a European producer of green and renewable hydrogen for transportation and industrial applications, is set to begin construction of a 10 MW green hydrogen plant in Brake (Unterweser).
The groundbreaking ceremony for the production plant took place on February 1 in the port area of Niedersachsen Ports, the country's largest public seaport operator. According to Lhyfe, the new facility will be the first plant in the northern German region to make green hydrogen available to the wider market.
With an installed electrolysis capacity of 10 MW, the plant will produce up to 1,150 tons of green hydrogen annually. Power for the plant's production will be obtained from direct contracts with producers (PPAs) from wind and photovoltaic plants across the country. Potential clients include various operators in the industry and mobility sectors. Hydrogen production is scheduled to go into operation by the end of the year.
"Hydrogen is an important pillar of the energy transition. This project represents a further milestone in the market ramp-up of green hydrogen and is firmly embedded in the region's local value creation thanks to diverse application areas in mobility and industry" said Germany Trade & Invest hydrogen expert Raphael Goldstein. "We are delighted that Germany Trade & Invest is helping contribute to the decarbonization of the German economy by supporting innovative companies like Lhyfe in their efforts in Lower Saxony."
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