- The new INGECON H2 C-lyzer converter is responsible for supplying electrolysers with electricity for hydrogen production.
- The first converters, manufactured in Sesma (Navarre), will be installed in projects in Belgium, the United States and Spain.
- With these orders, Ingeteam reinforces its commitment to the green hydrogen sector.
Ingeteam has started manufacturing the first units of its new INGECON H2 C-lyzer converter in Sesma (Navarre), for the Green H2 sector. The first orders for green hydrogen converters will be installed in Belgium, California (USA) and Bizkaia (Spain).
Ingeteam's INGECON H2 C-lyzer converters are responsible for supplying direct current so that electrolysers can separate the water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen. The power and control electronics for electrolyser power supplies are therefore a key aspect in green hydrogen production via electrolysis, as the supply of power to an electrolyser has a major impact on its efficiency and degradation.
For Harkaitz Ibaiondo, director of Ingeteam's green hydrogen business, "the fact that we have won these first three orders for different customers, in different countries and on different continents and in such a relatively short period, demonstrates the confidence that our technology has generated amongst our customers".
These first orders reinforce Ingeteam's value proposition and its commitment to the green hydrogen sector, an industry with great growth potential where the company has much to contribute given its extensive experience in the field of power electronics applied to renewable energy generation.