Hydrogen – the key to a CO2-neutral economy
Hydrogen holds enormous energy potential and is not only found in water. It is a component of many organic and inorganic compounds in industrial wastewater, slurry, plastics and gases. Graforce offers plasma electrolyzers known as Plasmalyzers® that produce hydrogen from high-energy chemical compounds in residual materials – with significantly lower manufacturing costs and higher yields.
Hydrogen is more tightly bound in water than in other chemical compounds. For this reason, the Plasmalyzers® require much less energy than previous electrolysis processes. Costs drop from an average of 6 to 8 euros to only 1.5 to 3 euros per kg of hydrogen.
The marketable, modular systems enable the production of CO2-free and CO2-negative hydrogen, thus making a significant contribution to the decarbonization of the economy.
Graforce’s technology closes important cycles of materials, enabling key industries to achieve greater sustainability and climate protection – while being economical at the same time.
Graforce has successfully built and commissioned a methane electrolysis plant at RAG Austria AG. After the startup and commissioning phase in May 2024, the plant will enter full operation.
Turning residual materials into recyclables
Green hydrogen from residual materials significantly contributes to the circular economy and can reduce CO2 in the atmosphere when used with biogas. Graforce thus offers a marketable alternative to the controversial storage of CO2 (Carbon Capture Storage).