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5 Willowbank Road, Larne, Co. Antrim, N.Ireland, BT40 2SF

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Welcome to B9 Energy Storage Ltd

B9 Energy Storage Ltd (“B9”) is focused on green hydrogen production and Power-to-X. The company’s innovative Power-to-X model and project portfolio straddles the power, gas, water, transport and heat sectors.

B9 developed its Power-to-X techno-economic model during the H2020 STORY project and this has since been validated in part by Ernst & Young through an SBRI funded pilot project. 

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We can create the perfect research and development team to support your aspirations and explorations into how renewable energy can improve your bottomline and everyone’s standard of living. Read more about us


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On-site hydrogen production

B9's membrane-free electrolyser is located at NI Water’s Kinnegar waste water treatment works in Belfast. It is the first electrolyser of any sort to be installed on the island of Ireland, and the first commercial deployment of membrane free technology in the world.

B9 is engaged under a Strategic Partnership Agreement with NI Water to design, procure and install a hydrogen and oxygen ecosystem to support  N.Ireland's first 1MW electrolyser deployment. This includes H2 & O2 compression and storage and H2 vehicle dispensing.

Project Development

We have multiple early stage development projects ongoing that involve Firmus Energy, Phoenix Natural Gas, Mutual Energy, NIE Networks, SONI, Translink, Islandmagee Energy Ltd, Kier Group, Simply Blue and dCarbonX.

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