H2B2 has participated at the Hannover Messe

Seville, ES, Wednesday May 3rd 2017

H2B2 has participated at the Hannover Messe, that took place in Hannover (Germany) from 24th to 28th April 2017, presenting our advanced electrolyzer solutions based on PEM technology. Precisely, it has been during the fair that it was publicly announced the strategic agreement with the US stack manufacturer Giner ELX. Hannover Messe is the largest industrial fair in the world, annually attracting about 6,000 exhibitors and 200,000 visitors from all over the world.
H2B2’s containerized electrolyzers portfolio ranges from 30 to 400 normal cubic meters (Nm3) per hour of ultra-pure hydrogen production capacity, or the same as 65 to 900 kilograms (kg) of hydrogen per day.
Scaling to higher powers has it been possible to lower investment (per kW of power) and operation (per kWh of energy) costs. In terms of stacks, it is achieved 1 MW output in a single unit, with R&D activity on continuing growing.
H2B2 promotes and develops centralized and distributed hydrogen production facilities, allowing the integration of 100% renewable energy. Focused in high demand markets, H2B2 provides sustainable solutions for transportation fuel, energy storage, and industrial applications. H2B2 has established offices in Spain and the United States (California), from where all three main geographies are covered.
H2B2 shared stand with the Spanish Hydrogen Association (http://aeh2.org) and the Hydrogen National Center (http://www.cnh2.es/en/), reinforcing the joint commitment to bring hydrogen technologies to real business to the Mediterranean region, and in particular Spain.

About H2B2:

H2B2 is a technology company that promotes, develops, finances, designs, integrates, builds, operates and maintains hydrogen production systems based on water electrolysis, providing complete solutions for generation, compression, storage, commercialization, refiling stations and all other uses of green hydrogen. It is specialized in clean and sustainable hydrogen production from renewable energy sources; its modular and efficient solutions allow a competitive hydrogen production, for industrial, energy storage, and transportation uses.