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HyGrid Final Workshop

After the successful HyGrid workshop of 2018, HyGrid proudly presents its second workshop to be held in June 2021

Increasing demand on highly efficient hydrogen transport is foreseen within the EU to make its large energy transition to hydrogen as a clean energy source become viable. Hydrogen transport in existing natural gas infrastructure has been recognised as a possible means to facilitate this. It is recognised by the EU that this will impose severe challenges to existing users of natural gas. Additionally, the hydrogen requires a certain purity to be used as chemical feedstock / fuel.

Within the European funded project HyGrid, new technology consisting of novel Pd-membranes, hydrogen purification by electrochemical and temperature swing adsorption is developed for the cost-effective removal and purification of hydrogen from natural gas.

Project partners HyET, HyGear, NorteGas, Quantis, Technical University of Eindhoven and Tecnalia will take you through the recent developments in gas distribution, hydrogen membrane separation and electrochemical purification development etc. Efficiency and purity results and life cycle assessment of the combined HyGrid prototype are also discussed.

The 2nd HyGrid workshop is taking place virtually in June this year and all sessions will be accessed online from your computer, tablet or mobile, giving you the flexibility at your chosen location and device. The exact date and agenda will be announced in due time. Registration for this online venue will soon start. Stay focussed on the announcements on our website.

 

  

Flexible Hybrid separation system for
H2 recoveryfrom NG Grids
 
 
Project Duration: 5 years and 2 months                Starting date: 01-May-2016
 
Project Coordinator: Fausto Gallucci, TUE, The Netherlands
 
Grant agreement nº.: 700355
 
 
This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 700355. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Hydrogen Europe and N.ERGHY