Our proprietary electrolytic reactor is able to work without the requirement of preliminary and cost-intensive conditioning and treatment of water as a raw material.
Powering the reactor with renewable energy sources allows for the production of green hydrogen and ensures that the post-process water management is fully compatible with the natural environment.
OUR COMPANY'S ACTIVITY
Complex problems, innovative solutions
DESIGNING GREEN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
High efficiency while striving for environmental neutrality
Proprietary solution for post-process water management
HYDROGEN ENERGY STORAGE
Energy storage using HydroHub technology to stabilize renewable energy sources
DO YOU KNOW...
... that every year of all mines Upper Silesia Zagłębie Coal (GZW) about 118 million m3 of salt water is pumped out?
... that part of this water is large chloride and sulfate concentration is dropped down watercourses surface and is one of the main forms negative impacts on the environment?
... that over the last a quarter-century of this drop still holds on constant level and means that there is a salt problem mine waters will exist as well in the future?
The goal of the HydroHub project is management and utilization of active water and closed hard coal mines, in the process electrolysis for production green hydrogen.
Why hydrogen? Because it is an ideal energy storage for all kinds conversion (electrical and thermal) during which it combines with oxygen to form H20, that is, water.
Hydrogen is the fuel of the future.
PROF. GINTER NAWRAT
Architecture of the Electrolyser
A graduate of the Silesian University of Technology
He specializes in widely understood electrochemistry, mainly electrochemical methods of surface engineering as well as corrosion and corrosion protection, electrochemistry used in the production of chlorine and oxygen compounds of chlorine and water electrolysis
PROF. PAWEŁ NOWAK
A graduate of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice (specialization: Electrochemistry and Electrothermics).
After obtaining a doctorate in technical sciences, he started working at the Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He specializes in widely understood electrochemistry, photocatalysis and protection against corrosion.
PROF. TADEUSZ CHMIELNIAK
Polish engineer, specialist in the field of thermal machines, professor, lecturer at the Silesian University of Technology and its former rector, full member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.