Åland - Finland, Eskilstuna - Sweden, Copenhagen - Denmark
Hydrogen production for Nordic Universities
Nilsson Energy will deliver H2 Small- scalable modules for local production of hydrogen to the Technical University of Denmark, the University of Åland and Mälardalen University. The H2 Small modules will be delivered autumn 2023.
H2 Small - scalable modules
Turnkey systems for green hydrogen production
By investing in their own local hydrogen production, universities strengthen their relevance, attract future researchers and contribute to a greener future. The need and demand to use green hydrogen as fuel or to store renewable energy until it is needed is increasing. Each module produce 1 kg hydrogen/day.
The University of Åland integrates the AEM electrolysis system into a chain, from solar energy to hydrogen. The whole system will be used in teaching to give our students an opportunity to immerse themselves in the production of green hydrogen from the excess energy produced on favorable days with low energy consumption
Patric Granholmvice chancellor at the University of Åland
Abdallah Abou-Taouk, senior quotation engineer at Nilsson Energy
Universities and researchers play a decisive role in developing new technology and improving existing ones.
Research into hydrogen in production, storage, fuels and transport as well as the development of new materials and technologies, which can make hydrogen production more efficient and cost-effective, are important pieces of the puzzle for the green energy transition to be successful. Spreading knowledge is another important factor and at Nilsson Energy we have a great opportunity to deliver relevant knowledge, practical experience and technology for real green hydrogen.