Enapter bags 101 AEM electrolyzers order from Enoah in Japan
Japan-based Enoah Inc. has placed an order for 101 units of Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) electrolyzers 'EL 4.0' with Enapter AG for deployment in power-to-power applications and refuelling stations to serve end customers including blue chip Japanese companies.
Since the beginning of their partnership in 2021, Enapter has delivered around 20 AEM electrolysers to Enoah. The partners claim that the latest order contributes to the increase of green hydrogen production in Japan, supporting the country's sustainability goals in the areas of renewable energy and emissions-free mobility.
The delivery of the devices is planned in several stages between the end of the third quarter of 2023 and the first quarter of 2024, they said.
Commenting on the development, Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Enapter, said, "We highly value our collaboration with Enoah and see this partnership as another step towards promoting the hydrogen economy in Japan. This order underscores our position as a market leader in the AEM electrolysis field and our role in implementing clean energy solutions worldwide."
Enapter's patented and proven AEM technology claims to enable series and mass production of cost-effective 'plug-and-play' electrolyzers for green hydrogen production at any scale and any place. Anable rapid and flexible scaling of hydrogen applications, the electrolyzers are particularly suitable for projects in energy storage, power-to-x technologies, and decentralized refuelling systems.
Through Enoah, Enapter has also expanded its network of certified partners. The Japanese company will now act as an official integration and distribution partner, working on hydrogen projects utilizing Enapter products to drive the sustainable transformation of the energy infrastructure in Japan, the company noted.