The energy transition company GP JOULE has ordered an electrolyser with a capacity of 2 megawatts from H-TEC SYSTEMS. The electrolyser is to produce hydrogen for a filling station in Bremerhaven. The electricity required for this will come from a nearby wind farm. The delivery and installation of the electrolysers is scheduled for mid-2023. H-TEC SYSTEMS and GP JOULE are thus building on the successful cooperation, including in the eFarm lighthouse project in North Friesland. It is part of the HY.City.Bremerhaven hydrogen project initiated by GP JOULE and Green Fuels GmbH. Construction and operation of the electrolysis plant are the responsibility of GP JOULE.The green hydrogen is delivered from Grauwallring to a filling station at the depot of Bremerhaven Bus, the local bus company. The hydrogen filling station will also be open to other customers. In March, the project received the funding approval from the Federal Ministry of Transport as part of the HyLand funding. The HY.City.Bremerhaven is part of the hydrogen network project Hyways for Future, which extends over the metropolitan region north-west from Oldenburg to Cuxhaven.While many hydrogen regions in Germany are still busy with preliminary studies, implementation in the north-west is already under way. Three of a total of five planned electrolysis units from H-TEC SYSTEMS are already in operation there.