As part of the Normand’Hy project supported by Air Liquide, Siemens Energy has chosen Boccard to assemble its Silyzer 300 electrolyzer modules.
The Air Liquide Normand’Hy project aims to build a 200 MW electrolyzer in the Port-Jérôme industrial zone in Normandy to produce renewable, low-carbon hydrogen in France. This project, which will include Siemens Energy Silyzer 300 electrolyser modules, contributes to the decarbonization of the Normandy industrial basin and to mobility by offering low-carbon hydrogen. This could save up to 250,000 tonnes of CO2 every year.
While the stacks will be produced at the new gigawatt manufacturing site of the Siemens Energy and Air Liquide joint venture in Berlin, Boccard will assemble the corresponding cell modules.
The company will draw on an integrated team of experts to supply these complete ranges: project management, prefabrication of module structures and piping, electrical expertise, final assembly and testing.
Sébastien Kouyoumdjian, Director of Energy & Advanced Industries Markets at Boccard said:
“After several successful projects in hydrogen and gas covering engineering, manufacturing, construction or as aEPC, Boccard is honored to have been trusted by Siemens Energy and Air Liquide to assemble the Silyzer 300 modules, demonstrating the strength of Boccard’s process design, systems integrator and manufacturing expertise in the hydrogen sector.”