World pioneer and independant pure player in renewable green hydrogen Lhyfe has received approval from Schwäbisch Gmünd city in Baden-Württemberg in Germany to start construction of its plant on an industrial site of about 10,000 square meters. A production site for renewable green hydrogen by water electrolysis with a capacity of up to 4 tonnes per day for 10 MW is to be built along with a publicly accessible hydrogen filling station and a pipeline to supply the future H2-Aspen technology park with renewable hydrogen. The plant is expected to be operational in early 2024.Electricity required for the production of the renewable hydrogen will be provided by a connection to a wind farm and photovoltaic installations. Future customers for this project are located in the immediate vicinity of the site and in the region. The hydrogen will be used as a process gas by industrial customers and as a fuel for fuel cell vehicles at distribution stations.