Flexible Clean Energy
Electricity, process steam, district heating, district cooling, synthetic hydrocarbons – BNL Clean Energy plants are highly flexible
Similar to conventional thermal power plants, BNL Clean Energy plants generate significant amounts of heat. For this reason, it can supply district heating or cooling for housing estates and process steam or hot air for industries. Alternatively, BNL Clean Energy plants can provide cooling for cold storages. The desalination of sea water to extract potable water is very energy consuming. With the BNL Clean Energy technology this can be solved in a cost efficient manner.
The majority of all BNL Clean Energy plants will be supplied with a turbine, enabling you to generate your own electricity. If you do not have a need for this in your own industrial activities, it can of course be sold and fed into the local electricity grid.
Our Zero Emission concept is based on the transformation of carbon into synthetic hydrocarbons. The length of the hydrocarbon chains can be adapted to meet the local demands. A highly appreciated output is synthetic diesel since it can easily be sold as a commodity. Alternatively, you can choose to produce wax, kerosene, fuel oil or stearin. We take great pride tailoring to your needs.
Excess energy from solar or wind power can be transformed into hydrogen. This can in turn be injected into the Clean Energy process and thereby significantly increase the output of synthetic hydrocarbon. Thanks to this, electricity can be stored in a simple and efficient way.
Flexible Clean Energy Output:
Electric power, process steam (230°C/25 bar), district heating (120°C/90°C), district cooling (120°C/8°C), seawater desalination, hot air, industrial drying, synthetic fuels.