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Monday, April 28, 2014

Renewable energy the winner from natural gas price hike

Natural gas prices on way up. It's time to find other sources of hydrogen for manufacturing fertiliser.

Natural gas is used as a source of hydrogen in the manufacture of ammonia - to make fertiliser for farming. Natural gas is also used as a source of energy in manufacturing fertiliser.

The price of natural gas is expected to double next year. This will lead to much higher costs to farming.

Other sources of hydrogen for manufacturing fertiliser need to be found to keep farming costs in check.

Hydrogen production from surplus renewable wind energy

"Hydrogen from surplus wind energy."
On August 28, 2013 E.ON inaugurated commercial operations at its Power-to-Gas (P2G) facility in Falkenhagen, Germany. The plant uses surplus wind power and Hydrogenics' electrolysis equipment to transform water into hydrogen. The facility which has a capacity of two megawatts produces 360 cubic meters of hydrogen per hour.
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Hydrogenics Industrial Hydrogen Generators by Electrolysis

"Hydrogenics units have been adapted specifically to meet the requirements of higher capacity installation in excess of 500Nm3/h. Thanks to our standardized approach, we can expand our capacities to meet your hydrogen demand, offering you additional redundancy and supply reliability.
Indoor large capacity hydrogen generator
Indoor large capacity hydrogen generator

The hydrogen generator installation can be completed with additional options like a compressor system, online purity measurement and backup storage.

Whichever setup you need, Hydrogenics will offer you a stress–free equipment to provide your process with a reliable supply of on-site hydrogen. When we talk about hydrogen generators at Hydrogenics, we want to deliver a safe and reliable unit the best you can find on the market and the most competitive for that quality."

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