Enapter AG (ISIN: DE000A255G02) has announced receiving significant orders for its AEM Nexus 1000 electrolyser, marking a stride in green hydrogen production. This electrolyser, known for its multicore technology, is designed for efficient green hydrogen production on an industrial scale without relying on the rare and expensive metal iridium. This feature allows clients to confidently plan their expansion without future resource constraints. CFFT SpA, a logistics company operating a harbor near Rome, has placed an order for three 1 MW AEM Nexus multicore-class units. These electrolysers will power a hydrogen refueling system with renewable energy, marking Enapter's largest single European order to date. Additionally, F.i.l.m.s SpA, a metalworking firm specializing in hard metal parts, has ordered a 1 MW AEM Nexus 1000 electrolyser to produce green hydrogen on-site, aiding in the transition away from conventional hydrogen and natural gas towards sustainable alternatives. Valued in the upper seven-figure euro range, these Italian contracts underscore Enapter's strength in the market, highlighting a growing trend towards sustainable energy production. CEO Jürgen Laakmann expressed that these successes in Italy reflect Enapter’s capability to meet the demand for scalable, iridium-free electrolysers, providing crucial support for companies aiming to contribute to the energy transition.

Enapter Secures Major Orders for Its Innovative AEM Electrolysers in Italy

Enapter AG (ISIN: DE000A255G02) has announced receiving significant orders for its AEM Nexus 1000 electrolyser, marking a stride in green hydrogen production. This electrolyser, known for its multicore technology, is designed for efficient green hydrogen production on an industrial scale without relying on the rare and expensive metal iridium. This feature allows clients to confidently plan their expansion without future resource constraints.

CFFT SpA, a logistics company operating a harbor near Rome, has placed an order for three 1 MW AEM Nexus multicore-class units. These electrolysers will power a hydrogen refueling system with renewable energy, marking Enapter’s largest single European order to date. Additionally, F.i.l.m.s SpA, a metalworking firm specializing in hard metal parts, has ordered a 1 MW AEM Nexus 1000 electrolyser to produce green hydrogen on-site, aiding in the transition away from conventional hydrogen and natural gas towards sustainable alternatives.

Valued in the upper seven-figure euro range, these Italian contracts underscore Enapter’s strength in the market, highlighting a growing trend towards sustainable energy production. CEO Jürgen Laakmann expressed that these successes in Italy reflect Enapter’s capability to meet the demand for scalable, iridium-free electrolysers, providing crucial support for companies aiming to contribute to the energy transition.

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