HydrogenPro, H2V & Mitsubishi Power to Develop Hydrogen Projects
HydrogenPro, H2V Industry and Mitsubishi Power Europe have entered into an MoU forming a consortium that will develop and deliver green industrial hydrogen projects. This MoU will form a long-term partnership, combining the value proposition and expertise of H2V Industry, HydrogenPro and Mitsubishi Power Europe supporting the European and French initiatives to reach the decarbonisation goals. Through this MoU the consortium partners will develop and deliver large scale hydrogen projects, including currently on-going projects.
H2V Industry will take on a lead role in the development phase, whereas HydrogenPro and Mitsubishi Power Europe will contribute with their expertise in the design, engineering, system and components, as well as their procurement competence. The current projects are founded on HydrogenPro´s 100MW high pressure modular system and represent the first large industrial scale projects, positioning the partnership in a global leading position. The partnership will also establish schemes to provide significant European supply content. An investigation has been started to determine European sourcing, manufacturing and/or assembly in France.
H2V Industry, owned by the French based Samfi Invest group (Samfi) is a leading player in the hydrogen space in France. H2V Industry is actively pursuing several green industrial scale hydrogen projects, on top of the present ones, where HydrogenPro has been contracted to supply the electrolyser installations for these sites.
HydrogenPro was founded in 2013 and the Company’s principal business is to provide customised turn-key plants for large-scale production of green hydrogen to global industrial clients. The Company’s activities include design, engineering and optimization of such plants, purchasing of parts, components and sub-systems for integration into complete plants and systems for hydrogen production. The activities also include commissioning and testing of such plants before they are accepted by clients of the Company. As part of its business model, the Company will also seek to secure service and maintenance agreements related to such hydrogen production plants.