Fusion Fuel has entered into a technology sale agreement with Gedisol, a Spanish developer, to supply its innovative solar-to-hydrogen systems for a 3.2 MW green hydrogen project located in Andalucía, Spain. The facility will consist of 144 HEVO-Solar trackers that will generate an estimated 200 tonnes of green hydrogen per annum. The company expects to begin construction early next year and achieve commercial operation in Q3 2023.
Commenting on the transaction, João Wahnon, Chief of Business Development at Fusion Fuel, said, “We are pleased to have been selected to supply our technology to the Gedisol project, which will further strengthen our near-term development portfolio and accelerate our expansion into Spain that began with the Exolum project. While many in the market talk about deploying electrolyzers and producing green hydrogen, our team is continuing to work diligently to get our disruptive technology in the ground in the very near-term.”
Jason Baran, Chief Commercial Officer at Fusion Fuel, added, “We are excited to have been able to work quickly to provide a near-term solution for a high-profile project in Spain and strengthen our positioning in the industrial decarbonization ecosystem in Spain. With grant funding in place and line of sight to an offtake agreement, Gedisol is a highly actionable project that will help us achieve our broader commercial objective of getting a fully committed order book in 2023.”