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Power to Gas Energy Storage
Crystal TCS is a niche technology based engineering firm working in the
field of Ejector based Vacuum systems, Corrosion resistant Equipment and
Hydrogen Generation Systems. Understanding the needs of the customer along
with Technology and Manufacturing excellence are our prime assets when it
comes to satisfying the diverse demands of the industry.
As the proportion of renewable energy supply to the electricity grid
increases, the ability to match this unscheduled intermittent supply with demand
becomes increasingly problematic. In fact as the deployment meets and exceeds
20% capacity, as already experienced in many countries, grid balancing issues
become acute leading to the curtailment of wind. This is driving the need for long
term, large scale energy storage solutions.
Power-to-Gas Energy Storage is the process of converting surplus
renewable energy into hydrogen gas by rapid response electrolysis and its
subsequent injection into the gas distribution network.
Most developed counties already own a vast energy storage infrastructure
through the pressurization of existing transmission and distribution infrastructure.
This allows it to be recharged without the need of it being discharged first, so
when the wind blows, this can be taken and used to top up storage, this is critical
for storing renewable energy which is intermittent in its generation.
Power-to-Gas allows for the storage of significant amounts of energy and
the provision of CO2 neutral fuels in the form of the resulting renewable energy
gas mix of hydrogen and methane.
The hydrogen produced is injected into the natural gas system to displace
natural gas, so reducing greenhouse gas emissions and reliance upon fuel imports.
If the power is derived mainly from renewable power sources, only low-carbon
hydrogen will be produced. Thereby the Power-to-Gas (P2G) approach can
facilitate a transition from natural gas to a ‘green’ mixed gas by making use of
both of the existing energy grids on a global scale.
For more details contact us: 9921391762.
Visit us at: http://www.crystaltcs.com/hydrogen-generation-systems.php