In the framework of the energy transition, and as a leading supplier of hydrogen production and distribution equipment, McPhy contributes to the deployment of green hydrogen throughout the world
Thanks to its wide range of products and services dedicated to the industrial, mobility and energy markets, McPhy provides turnkey solutions to its clients adapted to their applications in industrial raw material supply, fuel cell electric car refueling or renewable energy surplus storage and valorization.
As a designer, manufacturer and integrator of hydrogen equipment since 2008, McPhy is a genuine “European native” with centers of excellence in France, Germany, and Italy since the company was established :
Major industrial scaling-up projects are under way and enable McPhy to respond to the industrialization of hydrogen markets while optimizing the cost competitiveness of its equipment. For the electrolyzer segment, the optimized production lines of our factory based in San Miniato, Italy, are to multiply our production capacity threefold, from 100 MW to 300 MW per year as of 2023. In addition, the site of Belfort, France has been pre-selected for the installation of an electrolyzer Gigafactory, adding 1 GW of production capacity from 2024 onwards, with progressive ramping up. This project is currently being studied and remains, notably, conditional on obtaining financing under the IPCEI program.
McPhy is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris (Segment C, ISIN code: FR0011742329; ticker: MCPHY).
San Miniato, Italy
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McPhy has been selected as exclusive partner, with its innovative electrolysis technology “Augmented McLyzer” which will convert green electricity by electrolysis into more than 41 tons of clean hydrogen per day. This 100 MW-scale electrolyzer will be composed of innovative, scalable and fast-cycling 16 MW modules designed, manufactured and integrated by McPhy.
The electrolysis platform is to supply green hydrogen for industry, upscaling the link between renewables and industry, mobility and energy applications.
(The proposed clean hydrogen project will be funded by an €11m EU grant from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU) as well as an additional €5m in subsidies from Waddenfonds, a fund that invests in projects in the Netherlands.)