Driving Best-In-Class Power-to-X Solutions, Together

DCS Driving Best in Class Power to X Solutions Danfoss 1 400

May 30, 2022


“To reach the goals in the Paris agreement, we need to accelerate use of green technologies. Therefore, we are delighted to share the news that Hitachi Energy has invited Danfoss Drives to collaborate on delivering the complete power supply systems from the grid to the electrolyzer for Power-to-X projects”, explains Søren Kvorning, Senior Vice President – Head of Global Sales, Marketing & Services at Danfoss Drives.

Acting as one supplier for big PtX projects

Hitachi Energy supplies high and medium voltage switchgear and transformers and has selected Danfoss Drives as a partner, contributing with supply of power converters and our engineers will team up to succeed. The resultant cooperation agreement means that the two companies will act as one supplier for big PtX projects, together with electrolyzer OEMs and engineering companies.

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