One of the most important challenges today is global warming. Both developed and developing countries are advocating to reduce carbon emissions and achieve carbon neutrality. In order to limit climate change caused by the increase in global carbon dioxide emissions, it is necessary to find solutions that produce carbon-neutral, sustainable fuels. The key to meeting this challenge is to continuously expand the concept of renewable energy and industry coupling, which means combining renewable energy with industrial, energy and transportation infrastructure, and insisting on using Power-to-X solutions. We promote the conversion of renewable energy (solar energy, wind energy, water energy) into "green" hydrogen energy through the method of producing hydrogen by water electrolysis, reducing energy waste, and becoming an ideal model for the global energy transition.
Power-to-X describes the method of converting electrical energy into liquid or gaseous chemical energy through electrolysis and other synthesis processes. Using electric current, water is decomposed into oxygen and hydrogen, and there is no CO2 emission in the whole process. As a key technology for energy conversion, hydrogen can be easily stored, and can be further used or processed in a variety of ways.
Transportation : Power-to-X produces ready-to-use synthetic fuels: e-methane, e-methanol, e-diesel, e-gasoline or e-aircraft fuel – use immediately. They can be gradually mixed with fossil fuels. It can completely replace fossil fuels as the main energy source.
Existing infrastructure can be used, such as natural gas pipelines, gas stations or storage facilities, as well as existing and low-cost consumer applications powered by e-fuel.
Power generation : The gas turbine can be operated with a mixture of hydrogen and natural gas, with a hydrogen content of 5% to 100%. Hydrogen can be stored and transported in the gas grid, and re-converted into electricity in gas turbines, combined cycle or fuel cell power plants.
Industry : A large amount of heat energy is required; H 2 prevents CO2 from being produced in the metal production process; Green hydrogen can be used as a raw material for the production of ammonia and other products.