SolydEra, Bosal, VDL to accelerate electrolyzer industrialization



SolydEra, Bosal Energy, and VDL have partnered to advance solid oxide electrolyzer and fuel cell technologies. This alliance combines SolydEra’s proficiency in solid oxide fuel cells and electrolysis stacks, Bosal’s leadership in developing ‘Hot Balance of Plants’, and VDL’s experience in manufacturing, industrialization, and system assembly.


The three companies signed a Memorandum of Understanding, laying the groundwork for a comprehensive cooperation agreement set to be finalized before the 2024 summer recess.


SolydEra’s stacks achieve an efficiency of more than 90%. The company’s 125kW stack modules can be combined to form electrolyzer systems ranging from 1 to 100+ MW.


Dr. Martin Füllenbach, Chairman and CEO of SolydEra, stated: “To tackle our environmental urgent challenges, we’re accelerating the market introduction of our advanced electrolysis technology through our partnership with Bosal Energy and VDL. This collaboration unites industry-leading expertise to not only meet the surging global demand but also significantly contribute to the decarbonization of industrial production.”


Karel Bos, CEO of Bosal Energy, commented: “Joining forces allows us to explore opportunities more effectively when our individual strengths are as complementary as they are in this partnership. The synergy between SolydEra’s and Bosal’s mission-critical OEM capabilities, alongside VDL’s design, manufacturing and assembly capabilities, presents a significant potential to fulfill our customers’ expectations successfully.”


Guustaaf Savenije, Executive Vice President VDL Groep, added: “Reducing production costs for electrolyzers is one of our key priorities. Leveraging VDL’s manufacturing expertise and facilities, we’re ready to make a substantial contribution to our shared objective. Working alongside SolydEra and Bosal empowers green hydrogen producers and buyers to make profitable investment decisions more swiftly and confidently.”


Source: HydrogenTechWorld

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