With the exlamation of the „20-20-20“ targets for the buildup of a sustainable energy economy in the year 2008 in the European Union takes place a turning away from central fossil and nuclear energy supply to a decentralised energy recovery from wind, photovoltaics and biomasse. Since 2008 the development of generation capacity of renewable energies is in front of the challenge to transport, store and efficiently use the energy.
Beside the thermal, electrical and physical storages offers the chemical storage the highest flexibility by the connection of the energy- and material flows.
We come back to valid normative frame conditions as well as technical solutions and we connect them to a sustainable plant system concept. The decentral farmed energy will stored in a high value energy carrier. It possesses the flexibility to follow the demand of the consumer without to evoke essential changes in the existing infrastructure.
We connect with our approach following domain:Acceptance of surplus capacities of farmed energy through electrolysers
Added value of hydrogen to a established liquid energy carrier
Usage of pure Carbon dioxide from thermo-chemical resp. biological processes
Efficiency enhancement and reduction of emissions of existing combustors through the usage of Oxygen