List of 3 large Electrolyzer Manufacturers in Germany

Electrolyzer Manufactures Germany

This article is based on our list of the 50 largest electrolyzer manufacturers globally which contains general contact details, company details as well as information about revenue. The list also holds personal contact information.

Germany has been a pioneer in the field of renewable energy for a long time. Its commitment to sustainability is exemplified by the presence of several prominent Electrolysis companies. In this article, we will delve into three of the leading Electrolyzer Manufacturers in the country: Sunfire GmbH, H-TEC Systems GmbH, and Thyssenkrupp Nucera AG & Co. KGaA.

1. Sunfire GmbH

Sunfire is a Dresden based globally recognisable industrial electrolysis company. The company portfolio showcases Alkaline and solid-oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) electrolyzers. Sunfire’s advanced electrolyzers produce renewable hydrogen and syngas using renewable electricity, water vapor and captured CO2. Sunfire has three locations in Germany and one in Switzerland, with a dedicated team of over 500 employees. Their turnover was 1 M€ in 2021.

2. H-TEC Systems GmbH

H-TEC Systems is an Augsburg headquartered technological pioneer that develops and produces innovative PEM electrolyzers and electrolysis stacks. The company has two locations in Germany, one in Houston Texas and employs over 80 people. The Augsburg location of H-TEC SYSTEMS has been awarded the “Ökoprofit-Zertifikat”, an environmental management program that guarantees a high standard of operational environmental protection through defined criteria.

3. Thyssenkrupp Nucera AG & Co. KGaA

Founded in 2013 the Dortmund based manufacturer of electrolysis products Thyssenkrupp Nucera has since then successfully installed more than 10 GW in the chemical industry. They have been active in the chlor-alkali sector worldwide for more than 50 years and have realized over 600 electrolysis projects. The company has locations in Germany, Italy, the United States, Saudi Arabia, India, Japan, China, and Australia – employing more than 600 people worldwide.

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