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The SIAD Group: turning know-H₂ow into performance

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Ceres, AtkinsRéalis to design multi-MW modularised SOEC system

Ceres has joined forces with the design, engineering and project management organisation AtkinsRéalis to deliver the front-end engineering design (FEED) for a commercial multi-megawatt modularised hydrogen production system based on Ceres’s robust, low-cost and highly efficient solid oxide electrolysis (SOEC) technology.

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Electrolyzer Tech
Membranes
Electrodes
Sealings
Compressors
Pipes, valves
System Integration
Catalysts
Bipolar Plates
Storage
Offshore Hydrogen
Cost Reductions

CARLOS BERNUY-LOPEZ

Ramboll

HENRIK TÆKKER MADSEN

Silhorko-Eurowater

PHILIPPE CORNILLE

European Industrial Gases Association
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Matjaž Matošec

The SIAD Group: turning know-H₂ow into performance

Founded in Bergamo in 1927, SIAD has been a major player in Europe’s industrial gas sector for nearly a century. Besides producing and distributing industrial gases, the Italian-based company specialises in engineering gas processing equipment. Leveraging over 70 years of its expertise in the design and manufacture of hydrogen compressors, SIAD’s latest engineering breakthrough is a high-pressure compressor featuring oil-free technology and delivering industry-leading performance and reliability. To learn more about this innovation and the company’s core strengths, we spoke with Sandeep Gadkary, Director of Compressors and Global Service Divisions at SIAD Macchine Impianti, the engineering arm of the SIAD Group.

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Matjaž Matošec

Green hydrogen: creating an ‘electricity first’ energy landscape

In a world grappling with the growing urgency of combating climate change, transitioning to renewable and sustainable energy sources has become a paramount concern. Many energy experts advocate for the benefits of direct electrification whenever and wherever possible. While the efficiency benefits of direct electrification are evident, challenges remain. For example, industrial processes, energy storage, and heavy-duty transportation cannot be easily electrified using only renewable energy and batteries. As we progress towards a clean energy economy, the introduction of a green molecule to complement green electrons becomes essential. Green hydrogen presents a significant potential for ‘indirect electrification,’ using a versatile molecule primarily produced from renewable electricity to enhance our clean energy usage.

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Matjaž Matošec

Green ammonia, right where you need it

Ammonia is a vital building block for the modern economy, serving as the foundation for the production of nitrogen fertilizers, which are essential for feeding the growing world population, and it also has various other industrial applications. Recently, as carbon emission reduction strategies and legislation are being adopted around the world, ammonia is receiving even more attention. Due to its high energy density, ammonia has the potential to play an important role as an energy carrier and storage solution in the clean energy transition. In the future, global demand for ammonia is expected to increase significantly, but with an emphasis on emissions reduction and distributed production.

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Matjaž Matošec

Compressors and turboexpander solutions through the hydrogen value chain

The hydrogen value chain must scale up on several fronts. Various solutions are available for compression and liquefaction, with the choice of the most suitable technology often tailored to the transportation and distribution strategy, closely linked to production volumes. This article offers an overview of available compression and expansion technologies in the hydrogen sector, drawing on the Baker Hughes portfolio, recent experiences, and case studies in the field of energy transition, along with planned developments. Beyond presenting technical aspects, the focus extends to unveiling the economic fits and gaps of current technologies to cope with the forecasted increase in demand for hydrogen production.

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