Bilfinger partnership to scale up green hydrogen in Europe
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Mannheim, Germany-based Bilfinger has entered into a strategic partnership with Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies to make green hydrogen economically available on a large scale in Europe, according to a report by renews.biz.
They plan to offer a turnkey, stationary Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) plant infrastructure based on Hydrogenious' proprietary technology.
For the owners and operators of hydrogen storage and hydrogen release plants, the partners want to provide services from a single source in the areas of engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and maintenance.
Another common goal is the marketing of LOHC systems. For the flexible transport of hydrogen, the Hydrogenious LOHC technology is both an efficient and safe solution, the partners said.
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