Applications

Power to Gas

Generating and storing clean energy for on-demand, carbon-free power.

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Turn electricity into gas

Power-to-gas (P2G) is the process of converting electricity into compressed gas through water electrolysis, making it a promising solution to harnessing the surplus of renewable energy sources from solar, wind and water. Converting renewable electricity into green hydrogen or other gaseous states allows for the long-term storage of carbon-free energy for heating, transport and the decarbonization of the industrial sector.

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Hydrogen blending

All P2G systems begin with electrolysis, the process of using electricity to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. In a power-to-hydrogen system like a PEM electrolyzer, the hydrogen produced is injected into the natural gas grid to provide blended heating for communities. This reduces natural gas dependencies and lowers the amount of greenhouse gas emissions associated with utilities. 

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Green ammonia

Power-to-ammonia using a P2G system that turns renewable electricity in decarbonized, or green, ammonia. The renewable ammonia serves as fertilizer—ammonia's traditional role— and has the potential to be an energy-dense fuel.

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