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Enapter, based in Berlin, is an innovative energy technology company that manufactures highly efficient hydrogen generators - so-called electrolysers - to replace fossil fuels and thus drive the energy transition globally. The patented and proven anion exchange membrane technology (AEM) enables the series and mass production of cost-effective electrolysers for the production of green hydrogen on any scale and almost anywhere in the world. The modular systems are already being used by more than 340 companies in over 50 countries worldwide, including in the energy, mobility, industry, heating and telecommunications sectors.

New electrolyzer to support hydrogen pilot projects

Enapter AG has recently expanded its product portfolio with the AEM Flex 120, a new AEM electrolyzer designed to accelerate the introduction of hydrogen pilot projects in the industrial and refueling sectors. The AEM Flex 120 has up to 50 AEM stack modules, ensuring flexible operation and high responsiveness to fluctuating loads from renewable energy sources. With an optional drying system, it produces around 53 kilograms of hydrogen per day with a purity of 99.999 percent, closing the gap between Enapter's AEM EL 4 electrolyzer (one kilogram per day) and the megawatt AEM Multicore electrolyzer (450 kilograms per day).

Complete decarbonization is the goal

The first commercial example of the AEM Flex 120, developed for the German company ABC-Klinker, was presented to Enapter partners in Saerbeck last fall. Enapter has already built up the production capacities to enable the delivery of further AEM Flex 120 electrolysers from 2024. Brick manufacturer ABC-Klinker previously used natural gas in its production kilns, which is now to be gradually replaced by green hydrogen produced in-house. ABC-Klinker opted for the new AEM Flex 120 primarily to counteract price fluctuations in natural gas and to be able to start producing and using cost-effective clean gas in the short term. By adding green hydrogen to their furnace gas mixture, they will also decarbonize their production processes. The aim is to gradually switch to 100% use of green hydrogen.

Further applications in the sales pipeline

Companies that want to replace the use of fossil fuels in kilns and furnaces - for example in tile, ceramic and glass production - are already showing great interest in the new AEM Flex 120 due to its flexibility and scalability. Other applications in the sales pipeline include forklift trucks, car and bus refueling stations as well as electricity storage for peak load control and for building energy self-sufficiency.

Suitable for many projects thanks to its flexibility

The AEM Flex 120 gives customers the flexibility to start with hydrogen production of between 70 and 120 kilowatts to suit their needs. For those who start with a lower capacity, it offers the option of gradual expansion. By avoiding oversizing and using cost-effective AEM technology, this product is the ideal option for setting up hydrogen pilot projects, according to the manufacturer. The frame-mounted product is designed for quick and easy integration into the customer's environment. With Enapter's energy management software, hydrogen production, storage and transmission can be planned, controlled and monitored automatically and remotely. This is designed to ensure the efficient use of available energy, a reliable hydrogen supply and minimized maintenance tasks.

Adaptable to individual customer needs

Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO of Enapter: "The AEM Flex 120 is an excellent addition to our existing product portfolio. It is a self-contained and ready-to-use product that enables industrial companies and energy developers to quickly start producing green hydrogen. Thanks to its flexibility, the AEM Flex 120 can be adapted to individual customer requirements and can therefore be used in almost all areas."