Support for our project of hydrogen generation accepted by the European Commission

The European Commission has approved an Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) to support research and innovation and the first industrial deployment in the hydrogen technology value chain. We are the only company from Poland with a project that has been approved within the second wave of “IPCEI Hy2Tech”.

Synthos Green Energy was responsible for the entire application preparation process, both at the national and the EU level. 

The proposal - Development and demonstration of hydrogen generation technology based on hightemperature steam decomposition using zero emission energy resources - has been worked on together with partners from Poland and other countries. The project concerns developing two alternative technologies aimed at the construction of a demonstration plant capable of generating hydrogen on an industrial scale based on the processes of the high-temperature Cu-Cl thermochemical water splitting cycle (TWSC) or a solid oxide electrolyser (SOE). The target technology for the FID phase will be selected based on the results of the R&D phase.

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First potential sites announced

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