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GreenMan

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wind turbines: sheffield company get h2 from them...
« on: February 16, 2012, 10:35:23 AM »
From Fuel cell today: "Sheffield-based electrolyser manufacturer ITM Power and Edinburgh-based integrator and distributor Logan Energy Limited (a subsidiary of the US company LOGANEnergy) have signed a Cooperation Agreement for the joint tendering of hydrogen energy storage and hydrogen fuel projects in Scotland."

This could be great news for renewables as their leccy is intermittant, and temporarily storing their output as hydrogen to burn later in the day, or week, is a way of handling the ever larger number of turbines we're building. In Scotland last year they had to turn turbines off because their leccy was overloading the local grid - this would enable them to have kept working flat out.

See http://www.fuelcelltoday.com/news-events/news-archive/2012/february/itm-power-and-logan-energy-to-cooperate-on-scottish-hydrogen-projects

Great news that a Sheffield based company is leading the way to.

petermedina

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Re: wind turbines: sheffield company get h2 from them...
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2013, 07:51:42 AM »
Well, it is a good source of green energy.,