With most of the tests completed, there is lots to show and tell about the project. And the best to learn it all is to visit the pilot plant!
As the end of the project approaches, also does the transportation of the plant to its final site in Delfzijl, Netherlands. But before that, we want to make the most of the time while the plant remains in Abengoa’s testing facilities in Seville, Spain. So why not schedule a trip to enjoy the southern Mediterranean heat as winter approaches? Get in touch with us through the official mail email@example.com or by our contact form here. If travelling is not possible for you at the moment, we invite you to participate in our webinar for virtual visit of the plant. We haven’t decided on a final date for it yet so make sure to keep checking our web for updates.
Both companies and institutions have already enjoyed the visit to the pilot plant . Including DSOs, Oil&Gas, universities… any interested parties are more than welcomed. Want to take a look? See the pictures below!Read More
Last month, the construction of the Pilot Plant was completed! And at last, We moved it to Abengoa’s testing facilities in the port of Seville for the next phase. This is a major milestone towards the project’s success, and we are very eager to share it.
As we have mentioned before, check this post about containerized solutions, the plant can be easily transported and deployed at any location. The workshop where the plant was built was also located in Seville, so this transport only lasted about 30 mins through the outskirts of the city. But the process is identical if transported for very long distances.
Next month, Factory Acceptance Tests, or FAT for short, will begin in Abengoa’s testing facilities. Where many other technical innovation projects have also seen the light. Starting with IO Testing, following with circuit tests, or control loops adjustment among others, the pilot plant will be ready to receive the Fuel Cell stacks later this year. We will be sharing more about the FAT and how the tests are progressing along the road. For now, We hope you enjoy this video about the Grasshopper Pilot Plant transport!Read More