Versallis is working with Tecnicas Reunidas (www.tecnicasreunidas.es) to elaborate a viability study for the their equipment to produce renewable hydrogen from bio-ethanol.
Tecnicas Reunidas has developed a highly efficient containerized machinery that can dynamically adjust the production of H2 (ISO 14687:2019), making it ideal for safe onsite generation. Bio-ethanol can be transported and stored with existing infrastructure, reducing the expense associated to transporting the hydrogen as gas or liquefied.
Versallis is working with H2H AES to design, engineer and manufacture highly advanced hydrogen storage units, based on H2H’s metal hydride patent.
Metal hydrides can store hydrogen in a very safe, compact and energy efficient way, for which Versallis is providing its extensive experience in advanced manufacturing, automation, engineering and business development.
The plant will be built in California, USA
Versallis has signed an agreement with the German company Freqcon (www.freqcon.com) for business development in the US.
FREQCON is a leading German engineering and manufacturing company of power converters and control systems for renewable energy systems and energy storage applications.
FREQCON manufactures cutting edge Microgrid Solutions, Solar converters, Wind Energy solutions as well as grid and storage equipment.
Versallis has signed a project with Enagas (www.enagas.com), to develop a comprehensive analysis of existing manufacturers of Fuel Cell Electric Buses (FCEB) capable of producing units for the European market
Enagas is building a hydrogen production plant in Palma, Spain, to supply hydrogen to the future hydrogen buses to be purchased by the local transport authority.