Danish PtX equipment manufacturer expands activities globally

Danish Eltronic PtX, a manufacturer of equipment for the Power-to-X (PtX) industry, established in early 2023, is broadening activities in Denmark and the United States (U.S.).

A new 3000 square meter facility is currently being planned at Eltronic’s headquarters in Denmark, with the company also planning to commence deliveries of gas handling systems in the U.S. from 2025.

Eltronic PtX specializes in supporting electrolysis suppliers with the development and serial production of hydrogen- and gas-handling systems.

The company’s solutions include the handling of power, water and cooling to the electrolyzer as well as handling of the produced hydrogen and oxygen. Furthermore, according to Eltronic, its PtX system integrates and tests complete hydrogen systems for clients in a controlled factory environment before being sent to sites globally.

In regard to the company’s significant activities, Eltronic said it has worked with Stiesdal Hydrogen on a partial delivery of a hydrogen handling system for an electrolyzer system, which has been operational on the island of Als since November 2023. The facility uses locally collected biogenic CO2 together with green hydrogen to optimize the production of sustainable biogas, contributing to the decarbonization of Denmark’s gas consumption, Eltronic noted.

Carl Jensen, Commercial Director at Eltronic PtX, stated: “Our clients trust us due to our expertise in hydrogen. In recent months, we have entered an agreement for the development of modular gas handling systems for Power-to-X-technology suppliers in hydrogen electrolysis, ammonia synthesis and nuclear energy. We are also corresponding with stakeholders in other tech fields regarding the production of green hydrogen, green methanol and biofuel.”

“Through partnerships with our clients, we are preparing to take greater responsibility in making Denmark a global leader in Power-to-X. Our ambition is to become a leading technology partner of modular and serially produced gas handling systems for the Power-to-X industry globally.”

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