H2POWERPLANT – Energy transition made in Dortmund
The H2POWERPLANT uses electrolysis to convert green solar, wind and hydropower into green hydrogen. When it’s needed, a fuel cell can then be used to convert the hydrogen back into electrical energy. The waste heat is either used in the interconnected system for heating, stored or converted into cooling on site. This sustainable use of all released energy optimises system efficiency. The process relies on the precise configuration of the water-bearing systems in addition to intelligent control of energy and load management.
Regenerative power generation
Energy conversion, energy storage, reconversion
Independence from power grid