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Cost Effective, Eco-Friendly Hydrogen Production

  • eco h2The demand for merchant market hydrogen (H2) is expected to grow twenty-fold by the year 2030.
  • States like California are now requiring that upwards of 33% of all H2 must be produced from renewable sources.
  • Utilizing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and/or Biogas to make H2 reduces waste disposal issues while producing H2 at a lower cost compared to traditional methods.
  • Eco H2 bio reformation produces hydrogen from renewables and:
    • – can produce hydrogen competitive to large scale reformers
    • – is modular and scalable to meet almost any demand
    • – can be located near end use reducing transportation costs
    • – sequesters all carbon resulting in a negative carbon footprint
    • – byproduct carbonate can be sold, landfilled or recycled
    • – can use solid, gaseous and liquid renewable feedstocks

Renewable Diesel Fuel from Municipal Solid Waste or Biomass

EEI’s patented Bio-Carbon driers are part of our Total Recovery Facility™ (TRF™) to revolutionize fuel production.  Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is processed into Diesel fuel to reduce waste disposal issues while outputting renewable fuel.

Advantages of EEI’s Renewable Diesel Process:Bio Carbon Fuels

    • Unlike Bio-Diesel, Renewable diesel doesn’t contain ­oxygen, meaning it does not have a few of the downsides of bio-diesel.
      • higher freezing temperature
      •  Storable for  longer periods before separating.
    • Renewable diesel has the same chemical structure as petroleum diesel, si it can be used in engines designed for petroeum diesel fuels.
    • No need to blend Renewable Diesel with fossil-fuel diesel.
    • renewable diesel also burns cleaner, with less pollution, than biodiesel or petroleum fuels.
    • production is modular and scale-able to meet almost any demand
    • production can be located near end use, reducing transportation costs

Hydrogen Market Forces & Forecast

  • Historically, the hydrogen energy market has been centered on the petroleum refinery and chemical manufacturing sectors.
  • “Increased energy demand, requirements to use renewable energy, growth in the cleantech backup power market, and the deployment of a growing number of fuel cell-powered vehicles in the transport sector will all push overall demand for hydrogen as a fuel to unprecedented levels.”-Kerry-Ann Adamson,  Navigant
  •  According to a recent report from Navigant Research, hydrogen consumption for non-traditional applications (outside the petroleum and chemical sectors) will grow from 168 million kilograms in 2013 to nearly 3.5 billion kilograms in 2030.
  • States are starting to mandate that 33% of all H2 production be from renewable sources: commonly called “green” hydrogen
  • Today most of the hydrogen is produced using Steam Methane Reformers (SMR) which use non-renewable natural gas as the feedstock: that is why it is referred to as “brown” hydrogen
  • SMR technology produces large amounts of CO2 (greenhouse gas) as a by-product
  • SMRs must be large, centralized plants to be economical resulting in high transportation costs to the merchant market
  • Navigant Research forecasts a 20 fold increase in the H2 merchant market to $50 billion by 2030 with stationary fuel cells, fuel cell vehicles and energy storage being major contributors.

Introducing Base Facilitated Reformation (BFR)

  • process flowWe have developed the eco-friendly reformation process to produce
    high purity hydrogen from a wide variety of renewable feedstocks:
    thus it is considered “green” hydrogen
  • The BFR process has no greenhouse gas emissions (no CO or CO2 released into the atmosphere) making it even more eco-friendly
  • The BFR process is modular and scalable allowing hydrogen production near the point of use, minimizing transportation costs
  • BFR delivered hydrogen costs to the end customer are far less than traditional merchant hydrogen

Fuel Sources

“Landfill Gas to Hydrogen”

1800 kg/day Bio Reformation module (on the left) is producing the equivalent of 1 Megawatt of power per day.
Landfill Methane to H2

Containerized Hydrogen Reformation System

Scalable from 100 kg to 2000 kg of H2 per day per module – equivalent to 1.15 megawatts of power Multiple modules can operate in parallel for greater capacity.

H2 Reformer in Container

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