The Liquefied Natural Gas contained in the Enagás facilities in the Port of Huelva is stored at 160 degrees below zero. If frozen companies require -30º, the question is simple: what can be done with the cold that still remains in that process? The answer, not so obvious, was offered by Javier Ruesga, director of Enagás For Efficiency: to create a process in which water and hydrogen are produced that will be used for vehicle fuel cells and whose only residue in combustion is, again, water.
Enagás creates a project for the production of water and hydrogen batteries
lunes, 24 junio 2019