• Hydrogen for Trains
    Decarbonising the production of hydrogen, enabling a green transport fuel for trains Hydrogen trains use a fuel cell electric powertrain to provide a zero emissions alternative to diesel trains in regions where railway electrification isn’t viable economically.  Electric trains are common in cities and on the mainlines of national networks, but elsewhere diesel trains are required and these c...
  • Hydrogen for Shipping
    Atmospheric emissions from the maritime sector far exceed those of the road transport sector. Fortunately ships can be fuelled directly with hydrogen, or alternatively it can be used as a feedstock for producing green liquid fuels. Short-range hydrogen boats and ferries are currently being demonstrated, while multi-MW fuel cells and large scale hydrogen production facilities are being developed to...
  • Storing Renewable Energy
    In the process of power generation, when the generator is running to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, energy loss will inevitably occur. The lost energy will eventually turn into heat, which will raise the temperature of the rotor, stator and other components of the generator. To remove this heat, the generator is usually forced to cool. Common cooling methods include air cooling,...
  • Hydrogen Islands
    Islands tend to have abundant renewable resources yet they rely heavily upon importing fossil fuels, often at relatively high cost. The integration of renewables into an island’s power grid soon creates substantial balancing and curtailment problems. These can be overcome by deploying controllable rapid response electrolysers to produce green hydrogen for the island’s transport, heat and power sec...
  • Renewable Methanol
    Primary uses for methanol are as chemical feedstock and transportation fuel. Similar to ammonia, methanol production requires hydrogen in very large quantities, which is typically derived from natural gas resulting in a large CO2 footprint. Hydrogen produced by a large scale electrolyser using renewable electricity can be used to transition away from fossil fuels and so decarbonise the methanol pr...
  • Methanation
    Methane (or ‘synthetic natural gas’) can be produced via the methanation of electrolytic hydrogen with carbon dioxide Synthetic natural gas (SNG) is compatible with the natural gas grid and all existing gas burning devices used in industry and the home. SNG is produced via the methanation of green hydrogen and green CO2, sourced from the anaerobic digestion of biomass or by direct air capture. For...
  • Iron and Steel
    Hydrogen can be used to replace coke at large scale in furnaces during steel production Conventional steel mills are energy intensive and they depend on fossil fuels, which makes them one of the largest contributors to industrial CO2 emissions (i.e. 7-9% of global emissions). Furnaces conventionally use coke or hydrogen derived from natural gas to reduce iron ore to iron. Alternatively green hydro...
  • Refinery Hydrogen
    zxdh2 can provide a clean, on-site hydrogen supply which will decarbonise the refining process and reduce emissions Refineries use vast quantities of hydrogen in the de-sulfurization of crude oil to make petrol and diesel and other chemicals. Hydrogen production is central to the operation of a refinery and recently demand has been increasing. Currently it is made at the refinery via steam methane...

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