La Motte-Fanjas, June 25, 2021 (5.45 pm CEST) – McPhy (Euronext Paris: MCPHY – ISIN: FR0011742329), (the “Company”), specialized in zero-carbon hydrogen production and distribution equipment, announces today that the company has been informed of a leakage of potash from its electrolyzer that occurred on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at the Grenzach-Wyhlen power-to-gas plant in Germany, operated by EnergieDienst.
A smoke formation triggered the fire alarm system. The system shut down automatically and went into a safe mode.
Nobody was injured in the event and there was no damage on the environment.
The cause of the incident remains unknown at this stage. McPhy has made its experts available to determine the causes of the incident and to provide its customer with any possible support. As safety and transparency are its core priorities, McPhy has informed its customers equipped with the same technology about the situation.
McPhy will communicate to the market any useful information related to this event.
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In the framework of the energy transition, and as a leading supplier of hydrogen production and distribution equipment, McPhy contributes to the deployment of zero-carbon hydrogen throughout the world.
Thanks to its wide range of products and services dedicated to the industrial, mobility and energy markets, McPhy provides turnkey solutions to its clients adapted to their applications in industrial raw material supply, fuel cell electric car refueling or renewable energy surplus storage and valorization.
As a designer, manufacturer and integrator of hydrogen equipment since 2008, McPhy has three development, engineering and production units based in Europe (France, Italy, Germany).
The company’s international subsidiaries ensure a global sales coverage of McPhy’s innovative hydrogen solutions.
McPhy is listed on NYSE Euronext Paris (Segment C, ISIN code: FR0011742329; ticker: MCPHY).