In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Andrew Cunningham, founder and CEO of GeoPura. The conversation covered hydrogen power units (HPUs), the potential of HPUs to replace diesel generators and their role in global decarbonization targets.
There is no doubt that the aviation industry has revolutionized travel by significantly reducing travel times between destinations. However, with increased air travel comes additional climate effects. For example, the global aviation sector emits about 1 Btpy of carbon dioxide.
Accurate accounting of a material used requires reliably accurate measurements. Suppose that a device capable of delivering such could also wirelessly transmit data on flow, mass balance, and material coming in and going out: this device would make it easier for a facility to report on water usage, costs, environmental impact and any other metric the facility is required to report.
In this episode, H2Tech speaks with Joris Mertens, a Principal Consultant at KBC (A Yokogawa Company) and Thomas Brew, a Senior Engineer at KBC, about gray H2 production, steam methane reforming and pre/post-combustion carbon capture.
Throughout 2021, renewable energy capacity additions in the U.S.—led by solar power, with the increasing growth of wind and hydropower generation—reached record highs. Building on these trends, U.S. federal estimates forecast that renewable energy will provide 75% of U.S. electricity by 2035 and 90% by 2050.
As a sector that has come of age in the digital era, the new H2 economy will naturally depend on advanced technologies—including data, advanced analytics and artificial intelligence—to achieve the scale necessary for an actual transformative effect. This episode will focus on technological advancements that are making the most of the H2 transformation.
In this episode, H2Tech speaks with Jason Goodhand, Global Energy Storage Leader for DNV, about engineering and advising hydrogen (H2) projects. The conversation touches on DNV’s energy transition outlook, blending H2 into the energy mix and replacing carbon-based fuels.
There is no doubt that green hydrogen (H2) is a crucial element on the path to decarbonization. Unsurprisingly, green H2 and Power-to-X have gained much popularity and public attention. These technologies will not be a flash in the pan.
CCUS reduces emissions from oil and gas and industrial processes and is the key to allowing blue H2 to be blue. It is the only method to capture and permanently store the carbon emissions produced when natural gas is converted to H2.
Successfully scaling up production across the H2 value chain will require commitment from H2 providers and consumers alike. This episode addresses five critical actions that H2 providers, particularly OEMs, must take for decarbonization through green H2 to become a reality.