Hydrogen production is in the center of the energy roadmaps in many regions of the world. The mobility sector is depending on the availability of green hydrogen and therefore electrolyzer technologies are playing a vital role at AVL.
With a clear commitment to fuel cell technologies we have expanded our expertise and solution portfolio into that area. AVL follows an holistic approach from simulation to stack testing with our partner Greenlight Innovation.
Electrolysis technology is now at a high level of maturity for alkaline or polymer electrolyte (PEM) and is thus ready for industrial use.
The Canadian company Greenlight Innovation, the world's leading supplier of testing and production equipment for hydrogen fuel cells, electrolyzers, has been developing test rigs for this for some time.
Greenlight Innovation and AVL are combining their expertise to develop a fully integrated product line for testing fuel cell systems.
Test stations for PEM and Alkaline electrolyzers
Greenlight is the world's leading supplier of test stations for research on PEM and alkaline electrolyzers. The AVL partner company has been manufacturing test equipment for electrolyzers since 1996 and can provide references from major companies and research institutes worldwide.
Software and hardware for the test bench
The control and automation software used for electrolyzer testing combines exceptional functionality with a user-friendly graphical interface.
“The cooperation between AVL and Greenlight Innovation unites competences, especially in the areas of testing systems for fuel cells and electrolyzers.”
- Prof. Helmut List, Chairman & CEO AVL List GmbH
Whatever the scope and purpose of your electrolysis project: Together with our partner Greenlight Innovation, we provide you with what you need for validation and verification. We are happy to offer you a personal consultation at AVL.
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