Metacon has entered into a Master Supply Agreement with Ground Investment Corp in Romania for a 10 MW containerised hydrogen generation plant. The agreement covers the supply of an integrated hydrogen system consisting of an electrolysis-based hydrogen production unit, a hydrogen compression and storage unit, a fuel-cell unit as well as an integrated hydrogen refuelling station. Project start and order is pending an EU grant decision for GIC. With this hydrogen generation plant of a total capacity of 10 MW, hydrogen production capacity equivalent to 4.3 tons per day, GIC aims at initially producing approximately 1.3 tons per day of renewable green hydrogen using renewable energy from a 30 MW wind-power plant for various purposes. Such purposes are to be able to balance the total energy production of the wind-power system, to refuel Fuel-Cell Electric Vehicles and to supply compressed green hydrogen to third parties. The contract will be executed in two phases, Phase I and Phase II. Phase I consists of preparatory work such as project engineering, technical drawings, foundations drawings, etc. and will commence immediately after receiving notice of commencement from GIC. Phase II consists of delivery and installation works according to the agreed contract and includes a 10 MW electrolyser, a 1656 Nm3/h medium-pressure hydrogen compressor for approximately 4,6 tons of compressed hydrogen storage, a 1 MW Fuel-cell and a hydrogen refuelling station of min 300 kg/day fuelling capacity at 350 bars.