Hydrogen - The substance life is made of
Hydrogen is the most common chemical element in the universe and a raw material in nature. On Earth, hydrogen is present almost exclusively in compound form - it is part of almost all organic compounds, including water (H20).
If it is separated from its compounds with other elements, hydrogen (H2) becomes an excellent energy source and energy store.
Hydrogen - The energy of the future
When conventional fossil fuels are used, such as coal, natural gas and oil, they present major challenges such as contributing to climate change and CO2 emissions. Moreover, the stores of these are not unlimited.
The solution to this is within reach: to use renewable energies such as sun and wind energy.
These offer many impressive advantages: they are available in practically limitless quantities and their consumption does not produce toxic by-products or environmental pollution.
However, renewable energy from wind and solar sources are naturally irregular and are subject to unforeseeable fluctuations.
There is an attractive solution for this as well: hydrogen.
Plasmalysis can be used to convert excess regenerative electricity and water into hydrogen, which can be stored easily and made available as required.
No harmful emissions are produced, either during production or reuse of the hydrogen. Water becomes hydrogen, and then at the end, becomes water again.
The result: optimum use of fluctuating regenerative energy - and the end of increasing CO2 levels and dependence on fossil fuels.
Unlimited clean energy for our blue planet.
Graforce – The future of hydrogen
Hydrogen is also interesting for other industries; for example, it can be used as a pollutant-free fuel in the automotive and transport industry and as a sought-after raw material in heavy industry. If it is also used in these industries as a regenerative energy, then we also make a valuable contribution to energy transition in these sectors.
Thanks to our new plasmalysis system, the Plasmalyzer®, green hydrogen production and a step into a green future have become economically feasible.
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