Greenpeace Energy and Gasunie have signed a cooperation agreement for the development of a ‘windgas’ solution in Northern Germany. Greenpeace Energy is to construct a wind-powered electrolyser, the hydrogen from which will be injected into Gasunie’s natural gas network. The necessary infrastructure for the production and supply of hydrogen through the gas network, including the Greenpeace Energy electrolyser, should be in operation in 2013. Specific details of the electrolyser system are yet to be revealed.

Source: Fuel Cell Today