Enapter CSO Thomas Chrometzka discusses Enapter's plans to scale its AEM electrolyzer solution with new multicore technology - Everything About Hydrogen


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15th Dec 2021

EAH Deep Dive: Scaling clean hydrogen production - Thomas Chrometzka of Enapter

Today, we are joined by our good friends from Enapter. The company is a leader in the clean hydrogen sector focused on AEM electrolyzer technology and innovative software solutions that make it possible to rapidly deploy and scale hydrogen production assets. For those who follow the hydrogen sector regularly, it’s been hard not to hear Enapter-related news in 2021 and its impressive trajectory as they have gone public, announced the plans for a brand new production facility in Germany (on which they have now begun construction), and, most recently, the announcement that Enapter was selected as the winner of the prestigious Earthshot prize. To do that, we are absolutely delighted to have with us all the way from his home base in Thailand, Thomas Chrometzka, Chief Strategy Officer at Enapter, and one of the people that we enjoy having on the show so much that we have brought him back again to fill us in on what he and Enapter are up to and what they have planned for the future of hydrogen. 

Episode Links:

Enapter website: https://www.enapter.com/

Enapter Multicore: https://enapter.com/aem-multicore/

Enapter applications: https://enapter.com/applications/

H2 View article on Earthshot win: https://www.h2-view.com/story/enapter-wins-prestigious-earthshot-prize-award-to-boost-10000-electrolysers-a-month-production-facility/

NatGeo article on Earthshot winners: https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/environment-and-conservation/2021/10/the-earthshot-prize-winners-have-been-announced-heres-what-happens-next

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Everything About Hydrogen
The future of hydrogen (in podcast form)
Welcome to our podcast: Everything About Hydrogen, the show that converts the technical to the relatable and explores how hydrogen and its derivative technologies are changing the energy world as we know it.