GreenH Electrolysis, a joint venture between Spain’s H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies and India’s GR Group, has started building its first 1 GW electrolyzer factory in India. The fab will produce proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzers and meet the demand for electrolyzers in India, especially from the commercial and industrial segments.
The plant will have an initial production capacity of 100 MW and will be ramped up to 500 MW capacity in the same premises. In the second phase, GreenH Electrolysis will procure additional land to expand the capacity to 1 GW.
GreenH Electrolysis has acquired a 97,000 sq.ft facility at Reliance MET Industrial Park in the Jhajjar district of Haryana, for the first phase of the factory. It expects the factory to start production by October this year.
The technology for the plant will be provided by GreenH Electrolysis’ Spanish parent company H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies, which promotes, develops, finances, designs, integrates, builds, operates, and maintains hydrogen production systems based on water electrolysis. This technological expertise is coupled with the project development and EPC experience of GR Group, GreenH’s Indian parent company and a leading player in the infrastructure sector in India.
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