Zero-emission steam-generated power
West Dean, United Kingdom
Steamology has developed a green hydrogen steam turbine power system with potential for uses from off-grid electrification through to diesel engine replacement. Initially created for use in Kenya through a collaboration with Strathmore University and other key partners, the containerised system will stay in the UK for further development due to COVID-19 disruptions. Drawing on 600KW of rooftop solar, the scaleable solution uses three Enapter electrolysers to make green hydrogen. It then combusts this and its by-product of oxygen in Steamology’s emission-free steam generator, driving a turbine with high-pressure superheated steam and generating electrical power.
|Electrolyser (AEM single-core)||3 x EL 2.1|
|Storage pressure||150 bar|
|Photovoltaic (PV)||600 kWp|
|Turbine||25 - 400 kW|