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250-kilowatt electrolyzer produces first hydrogen in Lingen

By All Portfolio company news & media, Sunfire GmbH
The GET H2 TransHyDE joint project based in Lingen has reached an important milestone: hydrogen was produced for the first time on the site of the RWE gas-fired power plant in Emsland (KEM) using a high-temperature solid oxide electrolyzer (SOEC) from Sunfire. The electrolyzer, with an output of 250 kilowatts (kW), is part of a test facility at which nine project partners are investigating how hydrogen can be safely and reliably transported and stored through pipelines.
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IPCEI Hydrogen: 169 million funding for Sunfire

By All Portfolio company news & media, Sunfire GmbH
Sunfire is the only German producer of large-scale electrolyzers to receive support for scaling up its technologies as part of the “Important Projects of Common European Interest” (IPCEI). Federal Minister for Economic Affairs Robert Habeck and Saxony's Minister for Economic Affairs Martin Dulig personally handed over the 169-million-euro grant notification.
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Renewable Hydrogen Project “MultiPLHY”: World’s Largest High-temperature Electrolyzer from Sunfire Successfully Installed

By All Portfolio company news & media, Sunfire GmbH
Sunfire has successfully installed the world's first multi-megawatt high-temperature electrolyzer for the production of green hydrogen at Neste's renewable products refinery in Rotterdam. Having met the refinery's highest quality requirements, Sunfire has now achieved mechanical completion of the electrolysis system.
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Sunfire launches serial production

By All Portfolio company news & media, Sunfire GmbH
Energy-intensive industries are increasingly opting for green hydrogen as part of their decarbonization efforts – however, the necessary equipment to produce the gas is still in short supply. Sunfire is now one of the first companies to start series production of electrolyzers. To this end, the Dresden-based manufacturer is automating its most important production step: electroplating.
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Progress within Kopernikus P2X research project: High-temperature electrolyzer successfully commissioned

By All Portfolio company news & media, Sunfire GmbH
Renewable fuels and chemical products, produced from renewable electricity and CO2, are considered a promising climate-neutral solution for the chemical industry and mobility. To produce these raw materials, the Dresden-based hydrogen company Sunfire develops one of the most efficient co-electrolysis technologies.
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