Energy Storage: Hydrogen is a promising option for storing renewable energy. Our technology can enable efficient hydrogen production, contributing to the advancement of energy storage solutions and enhancing grid stability.
TIB-TEC will initially focus its efforts on the development of power generation and stationary or stationary-like applications including power gensets and cargo vessels. Our vision extends beyond these sectors, as we anticipate that TIB-TEC's solution will encompass a diverse range of industrial, mobility, and domestic applications.
Our primary objective is to generate commercial benefits for our clients, enabling the onsite and independent production of green hydrogen. Additionally, we are committed to actively supporting the society in its crucial fight against climate change.
TIB-TEC has a clear vision of becoming a key facilitator in the energy transition by implementing our technology in carefully chosen application areas. Through this approach, we aim to expedite the decarbonization of the global energy market. We firmly believe that green hydrogen is not only the fuel of the future but also the fuel of the present.
GREEN HYDROGEN DERIVES FROM NON-FOSSIL FUEL SOURCES. IT IS CONSIDERED A VERY EFFECTIVE MEANS TO DECARBONIZE VARIOUS INDUSTRIES. OUR TECHNOLOGY FACILITATES THE EFFECTIVE ON-SITE SEPARATION OF HYDROGEN (H2) FROM OXYGEN (O2). THIS IS ACHIEVED WITH MINIMAL THERMAL ENERGY, E.G. FROM EXISTING HEAT SOURCES THAT WOULD OTHERWISE BEEN LOST. THE RESULT IS THE SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS IN VARIOUS INDUSTRIES LIKE POWER GENERATION, STEEL PRODUCTION OR MARINE SHIPPING.
The use of green hydrogen represents one of the most effective solutions for decarbonizing the energy consumption of multiple industries. Our technology aims to significantly contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, particularly in heavily polluting applications like power generation, steel production or marine shipping.
Through the application of our technology, we envision the ongoing development of a unique Thermal Inverter Technology, currently implemented into our Thermal Inverter Box (TIB) in prototype stage (patents supplied).
The TIB combines electromagnetic, chemical, physical, and thermodynamic effects in a unique manner, enabling on-site water splitting into oxygen (O2) and hydrogen (H2). Importantly, this process requires only a sufficient water supply and utilizes significantly lower amounts of thermal energy compared to conventional hydrogen production methods. As a result, this method qualifies as green hydrogen production since it does not generate any additional greenhouse gas emissions.