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Enapter GmbH

Rheinhardtstr. 35, 10117 Berlin
Telephone +49 30 258147916

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ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2020 hall map (Hall 1): stand H50-5

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ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2020 fairground map: Hall 1


Vaitea Cowan


Berlin, Germany

(+49) 030-339-413-80


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Chemical Energy Storage / Power-to-Gas
  • 03.01  Hydrogen Production
  • 03.01.01  Electrolysers

Our products

Product category: Electrolysers

Electrolyser Module EL 2.1

Standardized, Stackable and Flexible
  • 0.5Nm3 / hour hydrogen production rate
  • 35 bar pressure output
  • 2.2kW power consumption
Enapter’s patented Anion Exchange Membrane electrolyser requires no noble metals to achieve good performance and lifetime. It also has a simple balance of plant to produce high quality, pressurized hydrogen gas at low cost.

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Product category: Electrolysers

Water Tank Module

Enapter’s Water Tank Module provides 35 litres of clean water to the electrolyser. The water tank is rack mountable into a standard 19” cabinet. The tank can be fed by our Water Purification Module or any other suitable clean water supply. The tank contains a pump system to supply up to 7 units of EL 2.0 with clean water.

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Product category: Electrolysers

Enapter Dryer 2.0

Enapter’s Dryer 2.0 is a hybrid temperature/pressure swing adsorption system that comprises of two cartridges filled with a highly adsorbent material. The dryer is maintenance-free. During operation, one cartridge catches the humidity from the hydrogen gas stream of the electrolyser, while the other cartridge is heated and regenerated. The Dryer 2.0 is rack-mountable in a standard 19” cabinet.

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Product category: Electrolysers

Water Purification System

Enapter electrolysers are highly resilient to water impurities and can be fed with purified rainwater or tap water. A simple reverse osmosis processes with resin filters can provide the required water quality. The water input to the electrolyser needs to be desalinated and have a conductivity of < 20 μS/cm.

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Product category: Electrolysers


Stack 4 EL 2.0 and 1 Dryer 2.0 into a 19 inch cabinet. Several cabinets can be used to build larger systems. 

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Company news




Feb 26, 2020

Enapter reveals new electrolyser EL 2.1

TOKYO, Japan (February 26, 2020) – Enapter today presents the new model of the patented AEM electrolyser - the EL 2.1 - at the International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo 2020 in Tokyo. A year after Enapter introduced its first electrolyser, the new generation hydrogen generator significantly improves the design of its predecessor. The EL 2.1 consumes 8 percent less energy and is significantly smaller, which translates into a 20 percent reduction in space requirement.

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Jan 10, 2020

Schmidt: “We are concerned with decarbonization worldwide”

Berlin / Chiang Mai (energate) - The start-up adapter wants to significantly reduce the costs for the electrolysis of hydrogen. The company relies on series production and the elimination of expensive components. Managing Director Sebastian-Justus Schmidt speaks in the energate interview about the technology, applications and the establishment of a production in Germany.

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About us

Company details

We work towards a big goal, to reduce the price of hydrogen to 1.5euro/kg by 2025

To do this, we continue to develop our unique AEM technology and begin scaling production to industrial standards. To seamlessly integrate our electrolyzers, we develop our own software - an energy management system (EMS) that enables simple, intuitive integration of our product into all sorts of energy systems.

AEM Electrolyses are running worlwide in power-to-gas, power-to-heat, hydrogen refueling stations and industrial applications too. 

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Area of business
  • Electrochemical energy storage
  • Chemical energy storage/Power-to-gas
  • Production technologies
Target groups
  • Energy sector (representatives from PV, wind, biomass etc.)
  • Public utility companies
  • Consulting and services
  • Media
  • Enterprises
  • Housing societies