Installation of the Power-to-X µPilot system complete

It is done. The installation of the first micro-pilot scale green hydrogen production system at the Solar Energy and New Energies Research Institute (IRESEN) has been completed. This system, which is part of the Power-to-X µPilot project, consists of an electrolysis unit with a capacity of 20 kW Coupled with photovoltaic (PV) solar panels. It will be tested under variable load of renewable electricity.

“In addition to being a research and innovation tool, this Micro-Pilot plays a key role in the training and skills development of the staff of Iresen and the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) and their partners of the hydrogen ecosystem in Morocco, namely the members of the “National Hydrogen Commission” and the “Green H2 Morocco” Cluster”, indicates IRESEN.

This project is presented to students, young and experienced researchers, technicians, engineers and executives from the private or public sector. The latter could benefit, within the framework of the deployment of “Power-to-X” projects, from training programs adapted to their needs and to the technical and technological challenges faced by their structures.

Eventually, this role could be extended to the Middle East/Africa region by offering the platform to partner countries like the program of the “Middle East & Africa Clean Tech Academy”. For the next phases of the project, additional technological bricks, problems of the value chain of the green hydrogen sector and its applications will be integrated, it is limited. As a reminder, this project, incubated in the heart of the Green Energy Park of Benguerir in collaboration with the UM6P, is mainly interested in the production of green ammonia, green methanol, green fuels, as well as aspects such as sustainable mobility. and storing renewable electricity using hydrogen and fuel cells.


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