Electric or Hydrogen?

The power of Hydrogen

One of the most important challenges today is the decarbonisation of the global economy. The key to meeting this challenge is to consistently expand renewable energy sources as well as the concept of “sector coupling”.

What do we mean by “sector coupling”?  It means the integration of renewables in developed industry, energy, and mobility infrastructures. We generate “green” hydrogen from renewable energy using bespoke systems made in the UK which help the integration of fluctuating energy sources such as sun and wind in your process. We will support you from planning and commissioning to operation as a reliable partner with a proven service concept tailored to your requirements.

Hydrogen – fuel of the future?

Renewable energy is playing an increasingly important role worldwide. It’s the backbone of a sustainable energy sector, and thus a key technology. Its share in global power generation is growing daily. But how can fluctuating energy sources such as sun and wind be integrated in existing grids, ongoing industrial processes, and flexible, individual mobility?

Hydrogen isn’t just the fuel of the future – it’s the fuel of the present!

Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe. Almost all our chemical fuels are based on hydrogen, although in a bound form as hydrocarbons or other hydrogen compounds. To limit climate change caused by the global increase in CO2 emissions, solutions must be found for generating carbon neutral and, therefore, sustainable fuels. This requires, among other things, that hydrogen is produced using renewable energy sources.

Harnessing your business potential

You are already operating or looking at ways of utilising your existing waste streams. This may be in tandem with deployable solar and wind applications, both of which will generate electricity. Over the last few years, the ‘’default’’ position was export to a grid connection which was very often costly and a time consuming process. We now have the ability to direct your electricity to multiple end points. We call the ability ‘’Power to X’’. 

What is Power-to-X?

Power-to-X describes methods for converting electrical energy into liquid or gaseous chemical energy sources through electrolysis, utilise the power for on-site vehicle charging, store in batteries and further synthesis processes. If you choose to produce Hydrogen we direct the current to a bespoke UK manufactured system where water is split into oxygen and hydrogen – a 100% CO₂ emission-free process. Being a key technology for the energy transition, Hydrogen can be easily stored and further used or processed in many ways.

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