District-wide energy storage on a Dutch island
The InnovaHub District project of our partner Hylife Innovations will produce decentralised green hydrogen on the Dutch island of Goeree-Overflakkee, providing a residential district in Stad aan‘t Haringvliet with renewable electricity, heat, and cooling.
30 AEM Electrolysers will be supplied with electricity from rooftop solar panels to produce green hydrogen for 17 households and boost the district’s energy self-sufficiency to up to 90%.
Get to know Rosalie, Manu and Niels from the Hylife team to learn more about their grid balancing and electricity storage solution. Follow their journey from the project’s vision, through the assembling and testing of the system, to its final commissioning.
In the first episode of our video series, Manu and Niels from Hylife Innovations share the vision of their project, explain how the InnovaHub system works in detail and spell out the role that the 30 AEM Electrolysers play.
Part two of our short video documentary is all about getting an update on the assembly and testing of the devices. Hylife’s project manager Rosalie also shows us around the district where construction work is progressing rapidly – 30 AEM Electrolysers can start their decentralised green hydrogen production soon.