[IT] “The companies McPhy s.rl, ILT Tecnologie and ILT Energia s.r.l. jointly announce several statements regarding the “PIEL” brand.”
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[FR] “Of the 84 professions in the sector, 17 are currently under pressure, according to the France Hydrogène association. Three recruiters in the sector – Lhyfe, McPhy and H2V – testify to the difficulties they encounter and their tactics to remedy them”.
[FR] “We know that the hydrogen market will take off once the network of recharging stations is sufficient. Today, the territories and managers of captive fleets are making progress. And French manufacturers are “in the know” to detect and set up the network of hydrogen refueling stations, following the example of McPhy and Atawey, our 2 guests for H2H24. Bertrand Amelot and Jean-Michel Amaré tell us about the dynamics of the market, parity targets with diesel and station models.”
[FR] “For the president of McPhy, a Drôme company specializing in the production of stations and electrolyzers, the planets are aligned for the massive production of green hydrogen. And this will allow a carbon-free industry and less polluting transport.”
[IT] “A crucial complement to “traditional” solutions for the storage of electricity, hydrogen is the indispensable link for the success of the energy transition. Word of McPhy, who since 2008 has pioneered the spread of zero-carbon hydrogen around the world.”
[FR] “The Wavestone firm has also counted around fifty start-ups in the industrial fabric, some of which, such as McPhy (electrolyzers) (…), are already mature, even listed on the stock exchange. Suffice to say that the French hydrogen team cuts a fine figure.”
[FR] “It is not necessarily a technological breakthrough, warns Luc Poyer, president of McPhy, French specialist in equipment (electrolyzers) for the production and distribution of hydrogen. Hydrogen is relatively easy to produce, but it hasn’t been scaled up yet.”
[FR] “McPhy’s technology has been selected to equip hydrogen production modules for the GreenH2Atlantic project, one of three projects selected under the European Horizon 2020 – Green Deal call for tenders.”