We provide stationary LOHC applications, optimized for scalability.

Storage Plants

Stationary LOHC infrastructure – taming the molecules right where the clean hydrogen sources are

Our StoragePLANTS are designed to safely bind the hydrogen to our liquid organic carrier, benzyl toluene. Our StoragePLANTS are developed for large volume hydrogen, realized with a large-scale industrial design.

The hydrogenation process is flexible and meets the demand of e.g. hydrogen production connected to renewable energy sources. Thus, the plants are designed project specifically in a multi ton per day hydrogen scale. During the exothermic hydrogen storage reaction, high-temperature heat is produced that is suitable for heat utilization.

High hydrogen storage density
Robust process design optimized for scalability
Flexible industrial hydrogenation unit to match with renewable
Designed for direct coupling with SMR
Designed for direct coupling with large-scale electrolysis
To be combined with underground stockpiling

Technical specifications

Plant design
Skid-based
Hydrogenation process
Exothermic reaction using a solid catalyst
Heat release
Approx. 10 kWh/kg H2 at 200–250 °C
Elevated reaction pressure
Approx. 15–30 barg
Release Plants

Stationary LOHC infrastructure – supplying the hydrogen offtakers right where they are

Our ReleasePLANTS are designed to release hydrogen from the LOHC oil. Our ReleasePLANTS are ideal for medium to large-scale hydrogen demand in industry, supplying hydrogen terminals and hubs as well as for pipeline injection. The plants are designed for continuous large-scale hydrogen release. Plants can be custom-sized and are designed in a multi ton per day hydrogen scale

The dehydrogenation process is optimized for continuous operation and long-term stability. With the flexible LOHC logistics in between, ReleasePLANTs can operate according to the needs of the offtaker. During the endothermic hydrogen release reaction, heat is required which can be supplied by high-temperature waste-heat, natural gas, electricity or hydrogen.

Robust process design optimized for scalability
High purity of released hydrogen
Designed for continuous and flexible operation
Designed for coupling with hydrogen hubs and pipeline networks
High hydrogen storage density
To be combined with underground stockpiling

Technical specifications

Plant design
Skid-based
Dehydrogenation process
Endothermic reaction using a solid catalyst
Heat demand
Approx. 10 kWh/kg H2 at 250–300 °C
Released hydrogen purity
More than 99,9 % (ISO quality also possible with additional purification step)
Elevated reaction pressure
Approx. 2 – 3 barg
Services

Value added services – building up strong LOHC value chains

EPC services

Together with our strong EPC partners such as Bilfinger in Europe, we go beyond technology development and offer comprehensive services for building up large-scale LOHC plant infrastructure. The service portfolio includes project management, detailed planning, controlling, procurement and the execution of construction and assembly work. In this way, the customer receives a turnkey system that is ready for use.

O&M Services

As pioneer in the field of LOHC with a track record of various systems in operation, we have deep know-how in operating Storage SYSTEMS and Release SYSTEMS for our customers. We take care of the initial commissioning, physical and software maintenance plus all other on-site service activities like turnarounds or calibrations. Our plants are designed for round-the-clock operation and can be fully remote controlled via a dedicated web-interface.

Mobile Applications

LOHC mobile applications – from onboard propulsion to future direct use

Shipping

Together with Østenjsø Group, Hydrogenious LOHC has formed Hydrogenious LOHC Maritime AS. This joint venture develops and markets an emission-free onboard propulsion system, based on a first of its kind LOHC/fuel cell solution.

Find out more about Hydrogenious LOHC Maritime

Direct use: Innovation work at Schaeffler

Together with the Helmholtz Institute Erlangen-Nurnberg for Renewable Energy and German automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler Hydrogenious LOHC formed a cooperation. The common goal is the development of a hydrogen fuel cell that directly uses LOHC.

Find out more about Schaeffler GmbH

Contacts

Business Development

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