The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) successfully completed the Acceptance Test of Angstrom’s Solar-to-Hydrogen Micro-grid ProjectAugust 6, 2021
In July 2021, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) successfully completed the acceptance test of the hydrogen-based micro-grid project.
This project was designed and constructed by the Angstrom team. It established a hydrogen-based renewable energy storage system to break through the bottleneck associated with the utilization of unstable renewable energy (such as solar and wind power) and made a big stride forward to the hydrogen-based community.
Commercialized megawatt-scale containerized water-electrolysis hydrogen generators, skid-mounted hydrogen refueling stations, and big data platforms that are developed by Angstrom are making it feasible for establishing and implementing hydrogen energy communities or hydrogen cities. The success of this project also proves the possibility of “Hydrogen Energy Communities” or “Hydrogen Cities”. In such a scenario, hydrogen would be the critical medium in bringing together renewable energy (solar, wind, hydro, etc.), power, heat and utilities, and the ability for grid peak-shift.
Additionally, hydrogen can be used as a backup power source, as well as fuel for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs).
The ultimate goal of the “Hydrogen Energy Communities” is to take advantage of hydrogen as a clean, zero-emission energy source to achieve sustainable development, as well as carbon neutrality. To date, Angstrom has designed and constructed solar/wind hydrogen-based energy storage micro-grid projects in Massachusetts, USA and Jiangsu, China.
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Cell consisting of a fish gill design overlaping plating system coated in carbon gold anodisation with H2° vapor injection system charged with plasma high flow amperage via a square variated pulsation electronics.
No water flow but a H2° gas mixing with a plasma cold charger flow going flat and up constantly.
Anodizing is an electrolytic passivation process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal such as stainless steel. By using 316 grade stainless and coating with gold and carbon via anodization you increase the flow of electrical amp thusly increase the Hydrogen output. By passing that AMP through overlapping gill plating you increase the surface area of that charge increasing the charge rate. By vaporising the H2O you increase the contactisation of the the full electrical flow . By veriating the electronic flow you increase the electrolytes of the cross flow there by increasing the Hydrogen levels .
The electronic charge needs to enter the cell via two different ends via 4 wires on alternating pulsation.
This level may be increased by mesh plating instead of solid plate but still using an overlapping gill design.