Pilot study on multifuel hydrogen burner with low nitrogen oxide emissions
The use of hydrogen is an important option to decarbonise heat processes in industry and power generation. However, without new burner technology or additional (catalytic) flue gas cleaning, hydrogen combustion releases more nitrogen oxide than natural gas. If nitrogen oxide emissions become too high, it could inhibit the development and implementation of hydrogen in large-scale heat applications. A. De Jong is working on a technology to convert existing burners that can halve nitrogen oxide emissions compared to conventional techniques. This lowers the threshold for using hydrogen to generate large-scale high-temperature heat in existing and new plants. In doing so, it remains possible to operate the burner on natural gas as well. In a joint project, A. De Jong B.V. and the Fieldlab Industrial Electrification (FLIE) will test the potential of this technology on an industrially relevant scale in a test furnace.
Feasibility study on a catalyst without precious metals
The future of hydrogen technology hinges on transporting hydrogen effectively and safely. Currently, compressing hydrogen is the most common method; however, this involves significant costs and safety considerations. This is why Royal van Twist, Voyex and Fieldlab Industrial Electrification (FLIE) collaborated in 2022 to research an alternative way to make hydrogen storage safe, simple and efficient, through the deployment of a liquid hydrogen carrier, also called Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC).
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