Cryonod - Recovering energy from natural gas networks by liquidizing industrial gases
Cryonod converts networks' energy inefficiencies into highly valuable cryogenic liquids (LH2,LNG) at reduced CO2 emissions and costs, suited for the clean transportation market.
The solution works by recovering and using pressure losses (lost energy) from natural gas and hydrogen networks to liquefy those gases in small to mid-scale liquefaction units. By using cryogenic expanders and exchangers within cold boxes, Cryonod can liquefy NG and H2 with little to no energy costs. With this, it is possible to have a variety of sources of cryogenic liquids that can be supplied to a local distribution network for car fueling stations. For specific integrations of LH2 production, energy consumption can be divided by more than 10. Cryonod essentially addresses inefficiencies of natural gas and hydrogen networks.
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