Hydrogen Refuelling Station
As part of the Levenmouth Community Energy Project, Bright Green Hydrogen now operate Hydrogen Refuelling stations. The hydrogen is made by electrolysis powered by our wind turbine or from nearby solar cells. This process allows hydrogen vehicles to be filled/fuelled in a similar time to filling a conventional car with petrol or diesel. We are also very…
Poppy is a 750Kw GWP turbine of Norwin design. She provides the electricity for the Hydrogen Office Project and for surrounding businesses, with excess stored as hydrogen gas.
An electrolyser is a device that uses electicity to split water (H2O) into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2). Our electrolyser is powered by the wind turbine and used to create hydrogen gas, our energy storage vessel.
The Hydrogen Office tank is used to store 11kg of hydrogen gas 12bar pressure. It is our plan to get a second tank for transport applications, which would hold hydrogen at 350bar or 700bar.
Our hydrogen fuel cell takes hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) and combines them to produce water and electricity. The electricity is then used to power the Bright Green Hydrogen office and meeting space. Find out how it works.
The Hydrogen Boiler is used to provide heating for the Fife Renewables Innovation Centre. It doesn’t work like a conventional gas boiler. Find out how it does work, here!