Kitepower and eFuelution partner up to drive green hydrogen development

29 April 2024 | Accelerator and Buccaneers

Buccaneer eFuelution and innovative startup Kitepower are pleased to announce a strategic collaboration. This partnership aims to accelerate the development of green hydrogen projects, leveraging Kitepower’s innovative technology as a complementary solution.

Green hydrogen stands at the forefront of the energy transition as a clean and versatile fuel, applicable across various sectors including transportation, industry, and infrastructure. With The Netherlands aiming for carbon neutrality by 2050, green hydrogen emerges as a pivotal element in achieving this ambitious goal. eFuelution, as a leading project developer dedicated to green hydrogen initiatives, is committed to accelerating and optimizing hydrogen project development, ensuring a sustainable and cost-effective energy solution.

Synergizing innovation for sustainable solutions

The collaboration between Kitepower and eFuelution brings together cutting-edge technologies and expertise from both the airborne wind energy and hydrogen sectors. By uniting efforts, the partners seek to expedite the realization of green hydrogen projects while simultaneously driving down production costs.

Johannes Peschel, CEO of Kitepower: “We are excited to cooperate with eFuelution, exploring new applications of our system in the hydrogen sector. This partnership empowers us to seamlessly integrate our technology into hydrogen projects, making significant strides in the energy transition.”

Hanno Hardenbol, Director Project Development at eFuelution: “Our partnership with Kitepower allows us to leverage their groundbreaking technology with the potential to revolutionize green hydrogen production. Our latest Simulation and Optimization model ensures to produce green hydrogen at the lowest possible cost at any location in the world where the Kitepower system will be deployed. Together, we are poised to deliver sustainable and economically viable hydrogen projects.”