The only current alternative mature process is electrolysis, and almost all studies on hydrogen rely on electrolysis features and economics. Hydrogen from electrolysis cost relies itself mainly on electricity cost and status (renewable or not). Hydrogen produced by HYNOCA relies on biomass, and the energy efficiency is higher than electrolysis, with an energetical cost 3 to 8 times lower than [...]
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HYNOCA® stations are compact and modular, with skids fitting in 40 feet containers, and can be implemented easily in small areas in outdoor settings. They are fully automatised, not requiring a permanent human presence for their operation, easy to handle, and designed for a remote operation.
Hydrogen is produced with Biomass, being itself a renewable energy. In effect, the plants that are the source of biomass for energy capture the CO2 which then may be released. In addition, with Hynoca, approximately half of the carbon is captured with the biochar, which makes it more than a renewable energy process. For each kilo of hydrogen produced, Hynoca [...]
To a variety of professionals worldwide, whatever the industry with private or public status. For most applications, as long as you need a very competitive, clean fully renewable decarbonated hydrogen, HYNOCA® should appear as the most obvious choice!
R-HYNOCA is our first industrial HYNOCA® station, ordered by R-HYNOCA, a subsidiary of the French gas distribution company R-GDS. R-HYNOCA will be located in the heart of Strasbourg (France), capital seat of Europe's parliamentary institutions. Starting-up in the first quarter of 2021, it will produce up to 720kgs of hydrogen daily and refuel the equivalent of 1600 light vehicles, each [...]
If hydrogen was produced mainly with water electrolysis, and so with electricity, we’d be facing an unsolvable problem: how to produce energy for the 82% final energy needs not covered by electricity, while renewables only represent less than 30% of the global electricity production ? In Europe, replacing fossil fuels by hydrogen produced by electrolysis for all cars and heavy [...]