Graforce and Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe team up on zero carbon heat power

Graforce and Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe are cooperating with zero-emission heat and power generation.

The joint innovative plant concept combines Graforce’s methane electrolysis technology (plasmalysis) with hydrogen turbines from Kawasaki. First customer projects are in the works.

Dr. Jens Hanke, CTO of Graforce, said, “Our joint zero-emission plant is a breakthrough for the decarbonisation of both, fossil fuels and manufacturing industries. This technology generates CO2-free high-temperature heat via hydrogen, the carbon black is used as a raw material in production, and best of all, the process is self-sufficient and does not need further electricity after having been started. This in turn relieves the strain on power grids.”

The new plant solution generates hydrogen from biomethane, natural gas, LNG or LPG by methane electrolysis technology.

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