From the jibe to the energy transition
No more noise and oily fumes forcing you to wear headphones and breathing masks. The GEH2 electro-hydrogen generator from EODev emits only hot water and filtered air. It only really lets rip when it comes to the power it emits.13 May 2022
EODev (Energy Observer Developments), based in Saint-Malo in Brittany, is based on the experience gained on board the Energy Observer: the first energy self-sufficient hydrogen ship thanks to innovative solutions. Founded in March 2019, the company aims to develop sustainable, reliable, efficient and affordable industrial solutions to help accelerate the energy transition. EODev's know-how and products cover the entire energy value chain with zero-emission hydrogen power generators, both on land and on water.
The French company will present its solutions in detail at HANNOVER MESSE 2022. Among them is the GEH2, an electro-hydrogen generator that supplies energy free of CO2 emissions or particulate matter when the actual grid fails or none is available in the first place. With a footprint of less than four square meters, the GEH2 is the most compact and efficient electro-hydrogen generator on the market in terms of power output, according to the French. The GEH2 is equipped with the latest generation of fuel cells from EODev partner Toyota, which is said to not only give it exceptional longevity and reliability - optimizations over the past few years have also meant that the GEH2 can now achieve outputs of up to one megavolt ampere, according to the manufacturer.
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