Renewable methane production
Australian sunshine and Enapter electrolysers generate power fuels, which are synthetic, gaseous or liquid fuels produced from renewable energy sources. Power fuels are the missing link to bring green and environmentally sourced electricity to the heating, transport and industry sectors. In Queensland, solar electricity powers an Enapter electrolyser to generate hydrogen. The hydrogen is combined with carbon dioxide extracted directly from the air to create renewable methane. Currently a pilot project, the goal is to supply large amounts of renewable hydrogen capitalizing on Australia’s most valuable natural resource – solar energy.
|Electrolyser (AEM single-core)
|2 x EL 2.0
|Partner / Implementer
|Southern Green Gas / APA