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If you need green hydrogen produced using renewable energy sources like wind or solar, feel free to contact us. Chances are, we will be able to meet your needs with our solutions and services. Large quantities of hydrogen are required for different purposes in many industries. Today, this hydrogen is normally produced off-site and delivered to the factory.
Producing really green hydrogen on-site using electrolyzer clusters is a viable alternative for many industrial sites, enabling them to improve their eco and green profile and become more energy independent. What’s more, green hydrogen produced via on-site electrolysis is often considerably less costly than hydrogen delivered from industrial gas companies.
Another way to produce Green Hydrogen
The Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF is developing a completely different approach to green hydrogen production – independent of electrolyzers and equally independent of wind and photovoltaic systems – in the HyPerFerMent project together with partners. Fraunhofer uses biological waste to produce hydrogen, more precisely biogas plants. The principle: Microorganisms produce CO2 and hydrogen from the biological waste during dark fermentation. The researchers separate this hydrogen. In the long term, the 9500 biogas plants in Germany could thus not only contribute to hydrogen production but also increase their efficiency and be operated more economically than before. The researchers are currently investigating the process on a laboratory and pilot plant scale, with a pilot plant to be connected directly to a biogas plant in 2021.
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