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Video 2: Reforming Hydrogen Carriers | Inventions #7-13

Video 2 explains key concepts about the use of oxygen and syngas in Thermal Hydrogen.  Most oxygen will be used for partial oxidation of fossil fuels using auto-thermal reforming.  Furthermore, it explains how H2/CO (syngas) from electrolysis is combined with fossil fuel reforming and an air separation unit (ASU) to create easy to distribute hydrogen carriers--methanol and ammonia.


Highlights:

  • ​An explanation of the major endo-thermic and exo-thermic chemical processes of reforming
  • An explanation how the waste heat and cooling utilization can minimize heat loss 
  • An explanation how all chemical energy carriers can be distributed as pumbable liquids.

Peer reviewed in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy:  Thermal Hydrogen: An Emissions Free, Hydrocarbon Economy

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Peer reviewed and Published in Clean Energy: Hourly Modelling of Thermal Hydrogen Electricity Markets

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