Hydrogen and Steam Generation
We provide zero-emission, energy-efficient hydrogen fuel for the purposes of transport, industry and power sector.
Hydrogen in transport
We believe that hydrogen is the best alternative to conventional fuels in transport, therefore, we offer solutions to support the sector’s transformation to become zero-emission.
Hydrogen in the industry and energy sector
We focus on hydrogen as a tool to decarbonize the most difficult sectors of the economy – heavy industry and the energy sector.
We recognize opportunities to use hydrogen as an effective storage facility enabling the balance of the power system and providing regular supplies of renewable energy.
Green hydrogen – until a few years ago there was little talk about this fuel. So why is it today being called a key tool for decarbonization and put at the center of discussions about the future of energy worldwide? You’ll find out in our article today.
Hydrogen and decarbonized gas market package – there is a preliminary agreement on common rules for internal markets for renewable gases, natural gas, and hydrogen
In late November, the EU Council and Parliament reached a preliminary agreement on a directive establishing common rules for the internal markets for renewable and natural gases and hydrogen. The directive, part of the hydrogen and decarbonized gas market package aims to facilitate the penetration of renewable and low-carbon gases into the energy system.
SES Hydrogen Energy, the Municipality of Śrem together with Śrem TBS and Con-Project have signed a contract for the design of a housing estate and a hydrogen boiler house in Śrem
The Śrem Museum hosted a signing ceremony for the design of a new hydrogen-heated housing development on Farna Street, which will be implemented by Con-Project Sp. z o.o. in cooperation with SES Hydrogen Energy as part of an investment by Śrem TBS Sp. z o.o. and the Municipality of Śrem. Within the framework of the project, SES Hydrogen Energy, whose main shareholder is WSE-listed Sescom SA, will design the first hydrogen boiler plant for residential buildings in Poland.
The development of the hydrogen economy depends on the creation of both centralized and distributed hydrogen production and distribution systems. Hydrogen hubs will play a key role here, which are particularly important from the perspective of increasing the use of renewable energy sources and on-site hydrogen production.
Hydrogen buses in cities – how does a hydrogen bus work? Advantages, barriers, and emissions generated
Hydrogen buses are becoming more and more popular every year. Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Piła – these are just some of the large and smaller Polish cities that decide to include hydrogen buses in low-emission public transport fleets. Let’s look at the possibilities offered using hydrogen as a fuel in public transport.
The beginning of the month officially opened the transition period for the EU’s CBAM, which covers hydrogen and ammonia.
It’s time to summarize this year’s edition of one of the largest conferences related to hydrogen, technologies, and the use of the new fuel in promising areas of the Polish and European economy – Polish Conference on Hydrogen Technologies PCHET 2023.
The building sector is key to achieving the EU’s decarbonization and climate goals. More energy-efficient and ecological buildings will also directly improve the quality of life of citizens. Their renovation is to be ensured by the EPBD directive defining new, more stringent energy standards for buildings.
In this series, we try to answer questions circulating on the web and increasingly appearing in the public debate to bring closer the potential of hydrogen as a fuel and make knowledge about it more familiar.
Energy Efficiency Directive adopted. Will a hydrogen boiler answer the need for carbon-free district heating networks by 2050?
Negotiations on new provisions of the Energy Efficiency Directive concluded in July. The reinforced goal is to reduce the EU’s final energy consumption by 11.7% by 2030. The regulations also focus on local heating and cooling plans and a gradual tightening of requirements to create zero-emission heating and cooling networks by 2050.