GD Energy Services (GDES) has entered into a strategic partnership with the Valencia-based startup Kerionics to develop hydrogen generation technology in Spain.
Kerionics, a spin-off of the Institute of Chemical Technology of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), develops solutions and products for the industrial challenges posed by the net-zero economy (green hydrogen, decarbonisation, energy storage, renewable generation and electrification). Its core business is the development, manufacture and marketing of essential components for high-temperature electrolysis, and it specialises in SOEC (solid oxide electrolyser cell) technology. An innovative technology, with performance far superior to current technologies, that will be pivotal to the decarbonisation of industries and sectors in which it is difficult to replace fossil fuels today.
With this strategic partnership, the Valencia-based group GDES has taken another step forward in its commitment to sustainability, open innovation and the promotion of net-zero technologies, all of which are essential for the sustainable energy transition. A boost for the generation, storage and use of low-carbon energy from renewable or nuclear energy that will contribute to decarbonising energy-intensive industries such as the chemical and petrochemical, metals and transport industries.