micromobility expo 2019,
02 - 04 May
The state-of-the-art plant is part of new system that, for the first time ever, links together the supply of local electricity, natural gas and district heating. Any excess electricity from renewable sources is converted into hydrogen so it can be stored within the natural gas network. It can then be recalled from there at a later date for use in electricity production that boasts an extremely high utilisation rate. This power-to-gas process is seen as one of the key technologies for tomorrow's energy supply.
Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries
HGas is ITM Powers electrolyser platform. It is fully integrated, autonomous and carries a CE mark
Demonstrated benefits include:
Full integration means that all ...
HGas brings together rapid response and self-pressurising PEM electrolysis into a fully integrated package, capable of addressing MW scale applications. HGas accommodates ...