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Power-to-X schemes take surplus power produced by solar or wind farms and generate green hydrogen. It’s considered a flexibility measure as the hydrogen can be used as a buffer to increase grid resilience and balancing load, and also gives renewable power plant owners another stream of energy products to retail.  

It’s also ideal for producing hydrogen to be used in refining, fertilizer and chemical production. 

Our applications

  • Partnering with solar/wind developers
  • Onsite generator for process heat

Hydrogen is most commonly blended with natural gas, such as biomethane. The amount of H2 in the blended gas can range from less than 1% to 30%, depending on the application and properties of existing gas infrastructure. 

Hydrogen produced from renewable energy sources can be injected into natural gas pipelines, and the resulting blends can be used to generate heat and power with lower emissions than using natural gas alone. 

Blended fuels are currently being applied in trials around New Zealand for gas transmission networks, heavy transport and for static generators. 

Our applications

  • Blend/replace diesel
  • Blend/replace LPG & natural gas

With more hydrogen refuelling stations being commissioning around New Zealand and the potential for injection of green gases into the distributed gas networks, there is still a need for delivered and bottled gas to support customers off-grid or away from fuelling stations. 

This delivered gas can be used as fuel for a UPS (uninterrupted power supply) through a generator or fuel cell when power is critical, such as comms sites, control centres, medical clinics and disaster relief. 

Our applications

  • H2 fuel cells
  • Hydrogen generators
  • Hydrogen forklifts