Power to X
Do you need help to navigate the new marked of power to x and going green on new fuels as hydrogen and methanol.
EMENERGI works together with one of Denmark’s leading companies within power to x knowledge. Together with Hydrogen Valley, we can deliver expert knowledge and know-how for future projects within power to X and green fuels.
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Applications for funds and grants
- EU – grants
- NOx fond
- How can PTX and biogas work together
- Can you expand your production
- Simulation of production
- Help to supplier
- What option do you have and what will the effect be
Pre-study on PTX projects
- Get a simple and critically view of your project
- A pre-study to the first steps
- Get knowledge on technology and consumptions
- How could be supplier and offtaker
- Full understanding of energy use and costs
- Energy profiles and how to reduce or re-use
Power-to-X and hydrogen production
- Advise and simulations on cost and benefits
Why should you work with power to X and green hydrogen as a new power spource.
Green hydrogen refers to hydrogen gas produced using renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power, through a process called electrolysis. Here are some reasons why green hydrogen is gaining attention and why it can be beneficial:
- Clean Energy Source: Green hydrogen is produced using renewable energy, making it a clean and sustainable energy source. It has the potential to replace fossil fuels in various sectors, including transportation, industry, and power generation. By utilizing green hydrogen, we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the negative impacts of climate change.
- Versatility: Green hydrogen has a wide range of applications across various industries. It can be used as a fuel for transportation, particularly in heavy-duty vehicles, buses, and even trains. It can also be utilized in industries that require high-temperature heat, such as steel and cement production. Additionally, green hydrogen can be used in power generation, either by directly combusting it or by using fuel cells to convert it into electricity.
- Decarbonization: Green hydrogen plays a crucial role in decarbonizing sectors that are challenging to electrify directly. Industries like steel, chemicals, and aviation often require high-energy-density fuels or feedstocks, which can be provided by green hydrogen. By substituting fossil fuels with green hydrogen, these industries can significantly reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to overall decarbonization efforts.
- Economic Opportunities: The development and utilization of green hydrogen can create new economic opportunities. It can drive innovation, research, and development in renewable energy technologies, electrolysis systems, and hydrogen infrastructure. The growing demand for green hydrogen can spur investment, job creation, and the growth of a green hydrogen industry, stimulating economic growth.
- Energy Independence and Security: Green hydrogen production can contribute to energy independence by diversifying energy sources. By reducing dependence on fossil fuels, countries can enhance their energy security and reduce vulnerabilities associated with geopolitical factors and price fluctuations in the fossil fuel market.
Green hydrogen is expected to play an increasingly significant role in the transition to a sustainable and low-carbon energy system.