On Thursday, September 23, H2X-Ecosystems, a Breton start-up specialized in hydrogen, signed a collaboration agreement with Enedis for the deployment of its H2X-G350 prototype. To verify the technical and economic performance of this innovation, Enedis wishes to test the H2X-G350 in all configurations in the public distribution network with different technical characteristics, the two parties explain in a press release.
The device in question is a high-power hydrogen electric generator. Due to the shape and size of a container, this energy system, which aims to reduce CO2 emissions and noise emissions, has a power of 350 kilowatts (kW). It consumes an average of 16 kilograms of hydrogen per hour. The H2X-G350 product is intended for gamers who want access to high electrical power, which is mission zero, stresses Stphane Paul, CEO of H2X-Ecosystems.
The H2X-G350 is designed to provide temporary power supply, during work or in the event of an incident, to the electrical grid. Easily movable, it can also generate electricity, for example at the site of a temporary event. In addition, the calories rejected by the air conditioning system associated with the generator are recovered and recovered, in particular, in the form of domestic hot water (DHW) boxes, with a view to domestic use.
A first protester will be deployed in March 2022 as part of the Rallye Acha des Gazelles du Maroc, a three-week women’s off-road rally-raid in southern Morocco. It is co-financed by the Brittany region, through the France Relance plan, but also by the European Regional Development Fund.
Article posted on September 27, 2021