introduces Hydrogen Stored as Liquids Solutions
Enabling massive hydrogen logistics
HSL Solutions value chain
HySiLabs Business Model
Value proposition for HySiLabs partners
Oil & gas utilities
- Enabling massive production and storage of H2
- Compatible with renewable energy sources
- No regulatory issues
- Reducing GHG emissions
- Enabling massive transportation
- Compatible with existing infrastructures
- Liquid on a wide range of temperatures
- Stable under standard conditions
A cost competitive solution for any use case
Delivery of H2 to all of our customers
Onboard applications for mobility (maritime sector, trains)
Sectors such as maritime and rail are developing hydrogen systems to comply with new regulations. About 90% of all trade between countries takes place by ship and, as this sector has to reduce its emissions by 50%.
Hydrogen is the only zero emission fuel that can provide the same use as oil-based ones. Indeed, the possibility of on-board hydrogen release is one of the biggest advantages provided by HySiLabs’ technology. It is the only solution enabling the release of hydrogen on-board of vehicles from a safe liquid, with no energy required and without emissions.
Long-term storage (strategic storage, underground storage, excess of renewable energy storage)
Large-scale underground hydrogen storage is indispensable to the European hydrogen market and will become a key part of the decarbonized energy system. It enables efficient planning and use of infrastructure (electricity, hydrogen) and add flexibility to the system, reduces needs to overbuild production, transmission capacities vis-à-vis expected demand. The first estimates show a H2 storage capacity need of 70 TWh H2 by 2030 and 450 TWh H2 by 2050 (according to Gas Infrastructure Europe).
Green H2 transportation (from production site to consumption site)
The Green H2 import has already be planned in some countries. For example, Japan aims to import 2 million tons of H2 per year in 2030.The Environmental and Energy Management Agency of France (ADEME) has also worked on various scenarios to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. In the third scenario, entitled “Green technologies”, massive consumption of green hydrogen is expected in 2050. The half of this hydrogen will have to be imported (48 TWh).