Assisting you with safety requirements, and the purchase of equipment you need for any size of the project, including the power required to produce hydrogen, either from bladed wind turbines, none bladed, hydropower or solar.
We will identify your needs and the volume you need to supply example your new fleet of vehicles; you can have your hydrogen production fill pumps and subsurface storage either on-site or off-site.
Find out more about creating a UK Hydrogen Production Network.
Hydrogen is the most readily available source of energy in the Universe, to use Hydrogen as a source of energy you need to separate hydrogen from other elements which is achieved by using electrical energy created from other clean power sources.
The hydrogen production goes through a process called electrolysis passing water through the unit and extracting hydrogen in fuel-grade volumes from 185 Kg per 24 Hour cycle. More substantial machines for larger client bases and volumes of hydrogen are available; this would include banks of machines that are clustered together.
Producing Hydrogen with these methods ensures a clean energy source from start to finish.
Electrical energy can be made from various fuels including; fossil, wood pellet, gas, hydro, solar, and nuclear, but only three of these power sources are suitable to ensure completely clean power these are the use of;
Hydrogen Production Consultant
We can be a consultant for your hydrogen production. Many small wind power producers can be a hydrogen producer using their redundant power.
- 2 MW of wind power can produce 800 kg of hydrogen per/ 24 hrs
- 800 x £5.00 on the hydrogen wholesale market = £4000 per every 24 Hrs running
- From a 2mw system of renewable power, Revenue will be £1,440,000 per year
We can instigate:
- the hydrogen production equipment
- The groundworks needed
- The water supply
- The electrical connections and substation works
Should this be of interest. We can oblige. There will be a consultancy charge on each installation at 1% of the installation gross cost
There are 38 million vehicles that are currently on the roads of the UK
99.9% of those run on fossil fuel
From the oil well, through processing, delivery, and use, petrol is only 20% efficient, Petrol and Diesel vehicles have harmful exhaust pollutants which cause carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and carbon particles to enter the atmosphere.
Cars that are built to use electricity to run and are only 87% efficient, the substances used to manufacture the batteries are poison, and people have died mining the materials.
The range on an electric car at the moment is sparse; most cannot do more than a hundred miles on a 12-hour charge, fast chargers are available for those with electric vehicles; however, these chargers can cause extensive damage to the battery.
Most people would naturally charge their electric car from the mains socket which is powered with fossil fuels, whilst sometimes inefficient electric cars are cheap to run, making them still a good alternative to Petrol and Diesel vehicles.
All electrical vehicles can now be charged via hydrogen fuel cell power
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles.
It is fueled with cleanly produced hydrogen, with special delivery pumps at a clean, safe environment.
The vehicles produced now on average will have a tank for hydrogen which will hold 5Kg, I Kg of hydrogen has the same energy as the old gallon of petrol, i.e. 2.5 litres of petrol.
With the hydrogen vehicle with 5 Kg of hydrogen will have a range between 320 and 400 miles depending on load and driver. The cost per Kg of hydrogen will be around £13.5 per Kg. A fill of 5 Kg will cost £67.50, which is almost the same as the fuel cost now.
Advantages of hydrogen.
Costs less to produce
No pollution in its production or use
Everlasting fuel source
Compressed and stored ready to be used at the fill pumps at one end of an on-site producer, or sent off delivered for distribution and on to a secondary subsurface storage point ready to be dispensed from hydrogen fill pumps, at existing fuel stations, selected at the moment to 5 per county in the UK a total of 240 fill points are planned across the UK on a 5 year program.