Flyer and Brochures - Hydrogen Technologies

  • Brochure: Hydrogen Technologies

    April 2016 | Language: english

    Hydrogen production by water electrolysis is a clean and efficient approach to convert and store renewable electricity in large amounts. In particular Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) water electrolysis offers several advantages by the coupling with renewable energy sources.

    Flyer: Power-to-Liquid: Sustainable Production of Fuels and Chemicals

    February 2016 | Language: english

    The increasing contribution of renewables to the energy mix presents a challenge for the storage and match of supply and demand of these intermittent energy sources. One mechanism to store this electrical energy on a large scale and overcome the intermittency of solar and wind power generation, is to produce dense liquid energy carriers. The so called “Power-to-Liquid” technology (PtL) is based on the catalytic conversion of H2 (e.g. from H2O electrolysis) and CO2 (e.g. captured from industrial flue gas, biomass conversion processes or air). This also stabilizes the grid frequency.

  • Flyer: Power-to-Liquid: Sustainable Production of Fuels and Chemicals

    February 2016 | Language: english

    The increasing contribution of renewables to the energy mix presents a challenge for the storage and match of supply and demand of these intermittent energy sources. One mechanism to store this electrical energy on a large scale and overcome the intermittency of solar and wind power generation, is to produce dense liquid energy carriers. The so called “Power-to-Liquid” technology (PtL) is based on the catalytic conversion of H2 (e.g. from H2O electrolysis) and CO2 (e.g. captured from industrial flue gas, biomass conversion processes or air). This also stabilizes the grid frequency.

  • Flyer: Power-to-Liquid: Sustainable Production of Fuels and Chemicals

    February 2016 | Language: english

    The increasing contribution of renewables to the energy mix presents a challenge for the storage and match of supply and demand of these intermittent energy sources. One mechanism to store this electrical energy on a large scale and overcome the intermittency of solar and wind power generation, is to produce dense liquid energy carriers. The so called “Power-to-Liquid” technology (PtL) is based on the catalytic conversion of H2 (e.g. from H2O electrolysis) and CO2 (e.g. captured from industrial flue gas, biomass conversion processes or air). This also stabilizes the grid frequency.