Green Hydrogen (gH2)
Green Hydrogen (gH2) enables indefinite energy storage and multiple uses. Industry and mobility need gH2 to reduce and eventually eliminate their carbon footprint. The high consumption of electrical energy still makes gH2 difficult to compete with Grey Hydrogen which is produced industrially at low cost by steam reforming of natural gas (at the cost of using a fossil resource and releasing 10 times more CO2 than H2)…
Continuous technological progress can make gH2 competitive before the year 2030. Its large-scale use depends, among other things, on restrictive measures for the use of fossil fuels (carbon tax, taxation of conventional fuels, etc.).
The production of offshore gH2 using MRE, proposed by GHyGA in its 2W2H2 project®, can achieve competitiveness compared to other onshore processes, as early as the beginning of the 2030s (after validation of the prototype factory platform, by launching upcycled platforms equipped in series after 2025).
Green Ammonia (gNH3)
In addition to its widely used qualities in the chemical industry, especially for fertiliser production, gNH3 is an excellent fuel with no CO2 emissions. The use of gNH3 in thermal engines and gas turbines is imminent and may come into standard use as early as the 2030s. The management of its toxicity is well controlled industrially and does not present a significant barrier to its deployment.
Based on the 2W2NH3® concept developed by GHyGA, it is possible to produce gNH3 from 2030 on at competitive cost.
Green Hydrogen represents 90% of the production cost of Green Ammonia.
The production of gNH3 therefore depends very much on the efficiency of the electrolysers used.
Green Ammonia can become a major means to decarbonise the shipbuilding industry in the medium and long term. GHyGA’s 2W2NH3 project® addresses the future needs of shipping and port activities.
Moreover, Ammonia is easy to store, especially for the long term:
More information on our Hydrogen Production Platform project
More information on our Ammonia production platform project
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