Enapter is an innovative energy technology company that aims to replace fossil fuels with green hydrogen and thus drive the energy transition globally. Enapter’s patented AEM technology enables the manufacture of standardized electrolysers for the cost-effective production of green hydrogen at any scale, making it competitive with fossil fuels.

The modular plug-and-play devices can be easily scaled to meet specific needs and applications, and can be quickly integrated and easily operated using a proprietary software toolkit and open communication standards. In addition, they are recyclable at the end of their service life. Enapter’s goal is to cover 10% of the world’s hydrogen production capacity by 2050.

Already today, Enapter-manufactured AEM electrolysers are producing emission-free green hydrogen in more than 50 countries, driving the transition to a climate-friendly energy supply. The company is headquartered in Germany and has a production site in Italy.

At Enapter, we have ambitious plans to continue our growth trajectory. Ramping up the H2 market is not possible in isolation;  this will only succeed as a team effort together with strong partners, like-minded investors and straightforward policies.

Dr. Jürgen Laakmann, CEO

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