Graforce’s Methane Electrolysis Technology for Green Hydrogen Production
As we are in need of abundant Green Hydrogen, the leading renewable energy consultants are looking forward to introducing innovative technologies that can be used to convert some of the commonly used gases into green hydrogen.
Here’s an article posted on Energy Monitor which says,
- At the International LNG Congress 2023 in Dusseldorf, Germany, earlier this week, German hydrogen company Graforce introduced ‘methane electrolysis’ (plasmolysis)
- It is a low-energy technology used to convert liquefied natural gas (LNG) or liquefied petroleum gas into green hydrogen and reusable carbon.
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