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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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The Battolyser system can instantly switch back and forth between full hydrogen production and battery discharging, so it can switch from being a buyer of electricity when prices are low to become a seller of electricity when prices are high.

“This makes it possible to buy electricity when the price is low and then convert it in order to produce hydrogen at a cheap cost.  When the price is high the battolyser can sell its electric power. The Battolyser delivers its clients levelised costs of storage low enough to profit from the margins. Since the Battolyser can work with an irregular supply of energy, it is an ideal system to produce truly green hydrogen”, said Kees Koolen, Chairman and CEO of Koolen Industries, which has invested in Battolyser

Its ability to supply hydrogen 24/7 makes the Battolyser suitable for the production of renewable ammonia (NFuel), renewable methanol and other processes such as DRI, or direct reduction of iron, the process of removing oxygen from the iron.  Stay informed: Offshore Wind and Hydrogen  



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