Hygenco commissions off-grid solar-powered green hydrogen pilot

India-based Hygenco has built a self-built and self-operated green hydrogen power plant in Madhya Pradesh.The plant based on alkaline electrolysis is co-located with the solar project.
Vivaan Solar-backed Hygenco has installed a green hydrogen pilot plant powered by off-grid solar power in Madhya Pradesh.The plant produces green hydrogen through alkaline electrolysis technology.
The project is completely independent of the grid.It is co-located with a solar project in the state’s Ujjain district.

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“Hygenco disconnected the existing Vivaan Solar solar power plant from the grid and completely reconfigured it for a green hydrogen power plant. In the process, the solar power plant was radically transformed using technology not yet popular in India,” Hygenco CEO Amit Bansal told pv magazine.”Hygenco executed the project as the sole builder (EPC), owner (investor) and operator of the plant. The EPC is not involved in this case, reflecting Hygenco’s technical capabilities.”
“This pilot plant will be part of our center of excellence in hydrogen technology research and development,” Bansal said.”We want to provide end-use industries with clean and affordable hydrogen and facilitate their decarbonization journey.”
Hygenco’s green hydrogen pilot plant is controlled by an advanced energy management and control system (EMCS).The EMCS monitors parameters such as solar photovoltaic power generation, state of charge, hydrogen production, pressure, temperature, and electrolyzer purity, and makes autonomous decisions in real time for high efficiency.This technology enables Hygenco to increase hydrogen production and deliver cost-competitive hydrogen to end customers.
Headquartered in Haryana, India, Hygenco aims to be a global leader in deploying green hydrogen and green ammonia power industry solutions.It designs, designs, optimizes and commissions end-to-end green hydrogen and green ammonia assets on a build-own-operate and build-own-operate-transfer basis.
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Post time: May-18-2022