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Enapter’s H2PowerBox will be trialled at various client locations throughout 2024

H2PowerBox is a state-of-the-art standalone hydrogen power solution.The turnkey trailer-mounted system is a collaborative effort involving Australian engineers from the Clayton Hydrogen Technology Cluster (Clayton H2)GreenRen Power and Deloitte Emissions Solutions.

During the day, excess power from the no-glass solar panels is directed to producing green hydrogen from our AEM EL 4 electrolysers. Thanks to  Enapter dryer, the H2 is of 99.999% purity and can then be stored at low pressures.

At night or when there’s not enough sunshine, the stored hydrogen can be reconverted to electricity in a quiet and clean matter using integrated fuel cells.

Placed on site, the H2PowerBox is a portable, low-footprint solution for remote and off-grid energy users that can be monitored remotely and left to generate continuous power – with minimal maintenance requirements and no need for diesel refuelling.

H2PowerBox can be used for many different applications such as:

– Telco towers

– Winery, brewery and agriculture operations

– Construction, lighting, road and rail

– Healthcare facilities and emergency back-up power

– Festivals and events

The H2PowerBox will be trialled at various client locations throughout 2024, setting the stage for full-scale commercial production in 2025.

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