Kawasaki Gas Turbine Collaborates on Zero-Carbon CHP Solutions with Graforce
Graforce and Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe GmbH are collaborating on zero-emission cogeneration.
January 24, 2023. By News Bureau
The joint innovation unit concept combines Graforce's methane electrolysis technology (plasmalysis) with Kawasaki's hydrogen turbine.
The first customer projects for Zero Carbon Thermal Power Solutions are currently underway.
Dr. Jens Hanke, Chief Technology Officer at Graforce, explains: "Our zero-emission combined unit is a breakthrough in the decarbonization of fossil fuels and manufacturing. The technology generates CO2-free high-temperature heat from hydrogen, using carbon black as a raw material for production , and the best part is that the process is self-sufficient, requiring no additional electricity after start-up, which in turn reduces stress on the grid.”
The hydrogen is converted into electricity in Kawasaki's hydrogen turbine and reused in the plasma electrolyzer to produce hydrogen. The CO2-free ultra-high temperature exhaust gas from hydrogen turbines can be used in production processes in various industries.
Companies that have previously used natural gas to generate high-temperature heat can significantly increase their overall efficiency while reducing natural gas costs, especially electricity costs.
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