Posted On: September 24, 2021

Water2H2 signs agreement for the delivery of H2 plant

Water2H2 AB has entered into a binding agreement for the sale of an electrolysis plant to Uppvidinge Vätgas AB for the production of green hydrogen from existing wind power. The contract includes equipment for storage, transport and a refuelling station for both passenger cars and trucks.

The transaction is made in collaboration with the subcontractors Peric Technologies Ltd, which manufactures the electrolysis plant and Swedish GISAB, which performs installation and commissioning. Peric is the world’s largest and most proven manufacturer of various types of electrolysis plants with a dominant position on the market in China and with installations made worldwide. GISAB (Gällivare Industriservice AB), which is part of Axel Johnson International, operates on several continents and has, among other things, been responsible for installing the electrolysis plant at the HYBRIT green steel pilot plant in Luleå

Johan Berggren, CEO of Water2H2 says: “We are incredibly pleased to be able to deliver this green hydrogen plant to Uppvidinge. It is a very fine example of wind-to-hydrogen, an area that we can see is growing a lot right now”.

Jan Blad, CEO of Uppvidinge Vätgas AB said in a comment: “We are pleased and impressed by the fast response and support we have received in the process so far from Water2H2. We are looking forward to being able to produce our own green hydrogen as early as the summer of next year for our investments in light and heavy hydrogen vehicles”.

For further information, please contact Johan Berggren, by phone +46 (0)73 500 7136 or e-mail

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