News from Ljungby from our installation team!

Last Monday, we embarked on a new adventure with our very first project in Sweden from PS Energy, in the lively town of Ljungby.

Due to the tight schedule and a jam-packed installation plan for the rest of the year, our dedicated team wasted no time in preparation for work and organising the transports to Sweden. In just four weeks from the moment the green light was given that the location was available, everything was prepared to go. On the way to Sweden, our installation team even made a pit stop at our client Hypion's beautiful station in Neumunster.

Upon arrival at the location in Ljungby, some unexpected challenges arose for our team that required some adjustments. Thanks to the seamless cooperation between Resato Hydrogen Technology, Euromekanik, PS Energi, and Mark & Miljö, we overcame these challenges within just two days, ensuring the operation can proceed smoothly and safely.

Meanwhile, the team has settled on site, preparations have been made, and work on the dispenser and storages has begun. The brand new installation container has also been put into use and is performing well.

In this first week, the modules have been placed, the interconnecting installed, and we have started installing the cabling and piping. This week, the focus shifts to welding the pipes and further connecting the cables, bringing us one step closer to realizing the installation.

But that's not all! In addition to our activity on site, we are also involved in some exciting civil activities. Think of preparing an "old-fashioned" gas station next to our ultra-modern FSS. How was that tackled? Well, in the first week, a large rocky area on the edge of the site was literally 'blown up' with dynamite! A bit like a scene from an action movie, but with all the necessary safety measures and a good dose of adrenaline. This approach is often used in Sweden.

Stay tuned for further updates as we continue to push the boundaries in sustainable energy solutions! Together, step by step, we are building a cleaner, greener future.