Hydrogen Production Systems
Low-carbon hydrogen production is slowly developing to find new ways of processing it. Low-carbon hydrogen makes energy production and transitions much cleaner. At the moment, hydrogen is produced by natural gas and coal, which is very high in emissions.
Low-carbon hydrogen production is much more cost effective and efficient for its users. It can also be used for transportation purposes, which can be very beneficial to the environment. There are already some easy ways to produce low-carbon hydrogen, for example:
Inexhaustible Power And Energy
Today we generate most of our power from coal, gas and nuclear power. This is not needed and never was. So inexhaustible power and energy can replace all coal, oil, and gas-generated power.
We can do so with technology more than a thousand years old. Such allows us to convert most existing power stations to an inexhaustible system. This can help our efforts to resolve climate change in fewer years than any other existing process.
However, it's important to understand that all road-going vehicles utilise hydrogen power. All diesel trains are converted, which is a job we can do. All heavy haulage vehicles are converted to hydrogen, which, again, we can do.
Now, the big problem today is the introduction of low emission zones (LEZ). Now we do have a system which retrofits to any vehicle that will bring down the emissions.
But this creates a dilemma. The government will not accept the retrofit system. Even though it's simple, cheap installation works for any vehicle. We are now negotiating with the DVLA and MOT; thus far, we have made little progress.
Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production
Coupling Conventional Technologies with CCUS
The process of CCUS is very likely to continue to be the main route of low-carbon hydrogen production. This is because they are one of the cheaper technologies for carbon.
The process of electrolysis is very well-known for clean hydrogen production, as it is produced from low-carbon electricity and water. It is also widely used by other markets that serve energy and other climate resources.
Benefits of Installing Hydrogen Refuelling Stations
There are so many benefits to installing hydrogen refuelling stations. For example, hydrogen refuelling stations don't have any emissions that could pollute or affect the environment in any way upon production. They also produce no carbon footprint and are using renewable energy sources. Low-carbon emissions are a lot more cost-effective and eco-friendly.
Hydrogen refuelling systems work by the process of electrolysis, which is splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, using electricity. This is a more simple and more cost-effective solution to refuelling vehicles, and so much better for the environment. This can help large commercial companies to save money, which could largely benefit their business.
UK Hydrogen Fleets
There are two very large networks for the distribution of gas in the UK. These are expected to grow rapidly; many large companies are looking to replace their fleet with hydrogen-powered vehicles to be more cost-effective and eco-friendly. The process of converting fleets is very much encouraged and approved by EIC, the Energy Industries Council, and Cenex, which is a centre of excellence for low-carbon and fuel cell technologies.
When it comes to heavy vehicles, such as trucks and lorries, converting your fleet to low-emissions vehicles can be very beneficial; however, this process is still being investigated, and plans are still being made to make this work. It is expected that by 2050, it will become required and a necessity for your vehicle to be a low-carbon emission vehicle. This will be more environmentally friendly and reduces the risk of climate change.
Hydrogen Use in Transport
Using hydrogen technologies for transportation services can reduce the risk of climate change and is much more environmentally friendly. This reduces pollution, greenhouse gases and also carbon emissions. Worldwide, trains and trams and other non-road vehicles are being converted to hydrogen technology, and it is now developing into road vehicles such as cars, trucks and lorries.
Hydrogen refuelling stations are now being built worldwide so that you can go on longer journeys and still be able to fill up your vehicle. They are great for commercial use, and larger companies are already starting to make the switch to low-carbon emission vehicles.
If all public transport was converted to hydrogen technologies, then it would be much more cost-effective, and pollution and climate change would be reduced. It is a much more eco-friendly option and definitely worth it. The technologies are developing worldwide, and by 2050 it is expected to be a necessity.
Hydrogen Refuelling Stations
From 2018-2019, the amount of hydrogen refuelling stations increased by 20%, bringing them up to a total of just under 500 worldwide, the majority being in Japan. There are only around 13 hydrogen refuelling stations in the UK, but we are looking at increasing this number as more vehicles start to be converted.
As well as Japan, Germany, the United States and Korea are the top places in the world with the most hydrogen refuelling systems. Other vehicles such as trains and trams, and other non-road vehicles, are also being converted to hydrogen, and this is becoming the next big thing in the United Kingdom and even the Netherlands.
It is important to have more hydrogen refuelling stations, as hydrogen-powered vehicles are becoming more popular so that drivers can fill up their vehicles on long journeys, and not have to worry about there not being any along the way.
Political Momentum for Hydrogen Use
It is essential for the use of hydrogen to gain political momentum so that developments can be made and it can grow across the markets. It gained strong political momentum for the part it played in climate change reduction. Other countries have started to introduce hydrogen technologies, and many strategies were put in place to introduce them to more.
This includes a Hydrogen Initiative launch in Canada which explained how using hydrogen technologies can ensure a clean energy transition, globally. There have been several of these in Japan and the United States, and it has continued to grow worldwide.
In 2019, the main goal was to reach 10 million hydrogen vehicles and 10,000 hydrogen refuelling stations by 2030. All of these advertising and initiatives helped spread the word about hydrogen use and technologies when Japan and the United States partnered up. It was then expanded to Korea, Canada, Netherlands, France, and even to the South Australian Government.
WASTE TO ENERGY
Over the years waste has been a problem.
Especially illegal waste sites around the world.
However, the UK has many sites that were used illegally.
Causing toxic problems in the environment.
Now waste can be fuel.
There are billions of tonnes of potential energy.
We have the technology to dig up this waste and put it through a mass incineration plant. The gases released can be put through carbon capture. The energy produced can be used for additional power to the national grid. The other use is to produce hydrogen at the source. A 400 MW station would and could produce 3200 kg of hydrogen per 24hrs 365 days per year with 380 MW energy to feed into the grid.
We have enough waste buried to last 50 years of power production. We keep adding to this total year on year we are wasting great potential. The method is clean efficient beneficial profitable. We must get into this method more. For details contact us.