IMI Critical Engineering will be showcasing its hydrogen capabilities at the H2 MEET tradeshow in South Korea at the end of August 2022.
The show brings together exhibitors in three areas – mobility, charging and infrastructure, and energy. Last year’s show attracted nearly 30,000 visitors and 150 companies, and this year’s show is expected to be even busier, as investment in the hydrogen industry grows. With hydrogen expected to play a leading role in the energy transition and decarbonisation, more companies are looking for solutions to harness hydrogen’s potential.
IMI’s stand will showcase the portfolios and solutions that the company has been developing across the hydrogen value chain, from hydrogen production to utilisation. Our hydrogen portfolio includes water electrolysis, valves for liquid hydrogen, parts for hydrogen refuelling stations and hydrogen fuel cells. IMI Critical Engineering also recently launched the IMI VIVO Electrolyser, a packaged solution for generating green hydrogen.
The IMI VIVO Electrolyser uses proton exchange membrane technology to transform water into hydrogen, using renewable electricity as an energy source. This ‘turnkey’ solution includes the electrolyser complete with a water treatment unit, DC rectifier, hydrogen filtering, and a storage system. One of the UK’s leading universities recently ordered the IMI VIVO Electrolyser to generate green hydrogen to produce aviation fuels.
“Green hydrogen is a great fit with our purpose of breakthrough engineering for a better world,” says IMI Critical Engineering’s Divisional Managing Director, Jackie Hu.
Andrea Pusceddu, Business & Technology Development Director for IMI VIVO, will be at the event. “I’m excited to speak at the H2 MEET and introduce visitors to our newest innovation, the IMI VIVO Electrolyser,” he says. “It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to connect with our customers face to face once again and to demonstrate how IMI can support them throughout the hydrogen value chain.”
For further information about the event, please visit the H2 MEET website.