H2 distribution systems
Hydrogen is considered the fuel of the future and plays an important role in propagating clean mobility.
H2-Power believes strongly in the development of H2 mobility and has gained significant know-how in the H2 interface of fuel cell vehicles.
The last few years have been marked by the emergence of electric vehicles. However, the limits in terms of their range have been met rather quickly. On-board hydrogen makes overcoming this problem of range possible. Today, hydrogen electric vehicles have a range of approximately 500 kilometres, with an on-board hydrogen mass of 5 kg.
In most situations, the hydrogen on board vehicles is compressed to 350 bar for greater mobility (buses, trucks, boats, shuttle buses, etc.) or to 700 bar for light vehicles.
For some applications, hydrogen can also be integrated at low pressure, especially around systems equipped with hydrogen-hydride tanks.
Hydrogen distribution stations
Hydrogen stations include the production, compression, storage, and distribution of hydrogen on the same site. All the elements are housed in a single room which entails a significant installation and maintenance cost.
Hydrogen can first be produced then compressed, before being transported, under high pressure, to various distribution points. H2-Power supplies high-pressure tanks to transport compressed hydrogen from the place of production to the place of distribution. The frame is deposited at the distribution point where tanks are connected on cylinder cascade skids.
Hydrogen is a valid option for sustainable mobility in the mid-term, with huge development potential as an energy carrier, for cars and, especially, in hard-to-abate transport sectors, such as heavy and long-distance road transportation, where, so far, a technologically feasible electric solution has not been found. In addition, in the long-term, it could be a solution for maritime mobility.
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