When most people think of green energy, they think of energy that is produced from sustainable sources such as sunlight or wind. While energy generated in this way is certainly green, this energy sector also embraces many more technologies including the generation and use of biofuels and the production and use of other sustainable fuels such as green hydrogen produced by the electrolysis of sea water.
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At Beck Greener, our ability to grasp new technologies quickly and efficiently enables us to work effectively in both in established and emerging areas within the green energy sector.
We have particular experience with systems for generating electricity sustainably, including PV cells and wind turbines. However, we also assist in power generation projects involving oxyfuel combustion of fossil fuels in which the carbon dioxide is captured for storage.
Hydrogen is touted by many as an ideal solution to problems associated with the combustion of fossil fuels for global energy needs and we are involved in projects focussing on the production of green hydrogen, i.e. hydrogen generated using sustainable energy to electrolyse water, and subsequent combustion of hydrogen directly or its use in fuel cells to produce power.
One of our long-standing clients is involved in the construction of a multi-billion dollar green ammonia production facility in the Middle East. We have been brought in at an early stage of the project to draft and file a raft of new patent applications to different aspects of technology that our client has contributed to the project, including hydrogen compression and storage systems, and process control for the production of the hydrogen for synthesis of ammonia for transportation, and also integrated processes for cracking the ammonia after transportation to reform the hydrogen for use.