“Hydrogen from biological sources with negative carbon footprint for fuel cell waste collection vehicles” is the title of the presentation that Susanne Spur, Project Engineer, Graforce will give at the 2021 edition of the Online Clean Hydrogen Conference
What drives you?
In order to achieve the climate targets not only carbon neutral but also carbon negative technologies will be required.
Why should the delegate attend your presentation?
An alternative technology to produce green hydrogen with the potential to achieve a carbon negative well-to-wheel balance for fuel cell trucks will be demonstrated.
What emerging technologies/trends do you see as having the greatest potential in the short and long run?
Efficient green hydrogen production technologies. Negative emission technologies. A larger portfolio of alternative mobility solutions with no or low carbon emissions. Plasmatechnology.
What kind of impact do you expect them to have?
Significantly reduce carbon emissions and increasing the acceptance of alternative solutions.
What are the barriers that might stand in the way?
Regulatory challenges, low carbon tax, capital.
Graforce GmbH was founded in 2012 as a start-up and is based in Berlin-Adlershof, which is one of the 15 largest science parks in the world. The company consists of about 30 engineers and scientists from different fields. The combination of interdisciplinary knowledge, commitment and years of experience in the fields of plasma physics, electrical, mechanical and process engineering guarantee quality, know-how and safety at the highest level. Graforce is convinced that plasma electrolysis (plasmalysis), with electricity from renewable sources, is a key component for GHG reduction and fossil-free energy production.