Berlin hotel being powered by hydrogen

The Mecure Hotel MOA Berlin in Germany is being powered by hydrogen.

The hotel no longer heats with natural gas but instead with hydrogen from biogas, thanks to methane plasmalysis technology developed by Graforce.

Using electricity from renewable energies, the MOA-H2eat solution splits the biogas into hydrogen and solid carbon.

According to Graforce, methane plasmalysis is just as climate-friendly as electrolysis, but the costs are significantly lower.

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