A UK company has developed a zero-emission energy generation and storage system designed to be used with renewable energy generation such as PV (photo-voltaic) solar, geothermal or wind turbine. The technology is intended as an alternative and replacement for diesel engines and they are seeking power plants and diesel engine manufacturers to adapt and adopt the technology, via commercial agreement with technical assistance.
Global energy is required to meet net zero emissions by 2050. A UK company has developed products to meet this challenge and realise the market opportunity. Their Water-to-Water (W2W) offers zero emission power solutions which compares favourably with hydrogen fuel cell technology on energy density, life and cost effectiveness. The company is developing a novel clean green renewable hydrogen steam power generation that is designed to be used with renewable energy generation such as PV (photo voltaic) solar, geothermal or wind turbine. At the heart of the W2W system is a compact energy dense steam generator. Steam is generated using energy stored as compressed hydrogen and oxygen gas in tanks. High pressure superheated steam is used to drive a turbine to do useful work by generating electricity. Renewable Energy is used to power electrolysis to generate the hydrogen and oxygen gas and to compress the gas into storage tanks. This W2W closed cycle is emission free producing no carbon or NOX (nitrogen oxide) emissions in a repeatable cycle without charging losses. The zero-emission energy generation and storage system delivers scalable modular reliable off grid power on demand. They are seeking power plants and diesel engine manufacturers wishing to phase out diesel to work with the company to adapt and use their W2S system via commercial agreement with technical assistance.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
Type: Industry Activity: Diesel engine manufacturers/power plants Specific role of partner sought: The company are looking to replace diesel engines especially in the 100kW to 500kW range for static and transport applications and with legislative push to decarbonise. They are seeking to partner with these organisations as they phase out their rotative power plants.
Stage of Development:
Available for demonstration
Comments Regarding Stage of Development:
TRL 5 to TRL 6 100kW 'range extender' technology demonstrator
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted
Comments Regarding IPR Status:
UK patent applied for but not granted yet.