The daily production capacity of the pilot complex is 11.3 tonnes of hydrogen. Once launched in 2026, the plant will daily produce 200 tonnes of hydrogen.
At present, the sides are in the process to choose a site for the plant and define cost of the project and sources of financing.
RusHydro and RAO ES Vostoka are expected to ensure power supplies to the plant.
RusHydro, RAO ES Vostoka, and Kawasaki Heavy Industries signed an agreement to build a plant for the production of liquefied hydrogen for its further transportation to Japan in June 2013.