Leading provider of efficient pressurised alkaline electrolysers used in on-site hydrogen production based on renewable electricity Green Hydrogen Systems has signed two agreements to deliver electrolysis equipmentIt will deliver electrolysis equipment for Gaznat’s Innovation Lab in Switzerland. The order includes the supply of a GHS HyProvide A90 electrolyser with a capacity of ~0.5 MW for the production of green hydrogen from renewable solar energy. Manufactured by Green Hydrogen Systems and operated by Gaznat, the electrolyser will be deployed in a 20ft container as a complete green hydrogen plant. When fully operational, the ordered electrolyser will have the capacity to supply approximately 195 kg of green hydrogen per day. The hydrogen will be used to produce synthetic methane with a new and innovative methanation reactor developed by Gaznat, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne and GRZ Technologies. The synthetic methane will be injected into the distribution grid covering the region of Chablais in Switzerland. Green Hydrogen Systems will be responsible for delivering the electrolyser and will support the project with on-site maintenance and remote monitoring and support under a three-year service agreement.Green Hydrogen Systems will also deliver electrolysis equipment to Edinburgh-based Logan Energy for a project in Scotland. The order includes the supply of two GHS HyProvide A90 electrolysers with a combined capacity of 0.9 MW. The electrolysers will be deployed in a 40 ft container as a complete green hydrogen plant used in the ARBIKIE Distillery in Scotland. Green Hydrogen Systems will be responsible for delivering the electrolyser units and will support the project with on-site maintenance and remote monitoring and support as part of a three-year service agreement. The ARBIKIE project will comprise a single 1MW wind turbine on the distillery’s farmland, which will export the electricity generated to Green Hydrogen Systems’ electrolysis plant. When fully operational during Q4 of 2022, the ordered electrolysers will have the capacity to provide up to 389 kg green hydrogen per day. The produced hydrogen will be used to displace the heating oil currently used by the distillery to raise steam for the distillation process. The electrolysis plant will be operated by Logan Energy. This is the second order by Logan Energy. The first one took place just two months ago for a project in Dorset, England.